Tag: John Lindquist

In this webinar John covers all of the built-in tools included with WebStorm that surround the edges of the IDE (i.e. “Tool Windows”): DebuggerTodoBookmarksFavorites,Structure & Terminal. John shows how each of the tools fit into your daily development workflow and how they integrate with managing and working with your codebase.

Have you been wondering how to use WebStorm like a real pro? What are the "secret" keys that make lines of code appear in a second?

In this webinar John Lindquist will share WebStorm tricks that only come from years of experience. He will cover all the need-to-know keyboard shortcuts and WebStorm customization and workflow tips that could really boost your productivity and take your web development experience in WebStorm to a whole new level. 

 

In Part 1 of our webinar series, Live Coding an IntelliJ IDEA Plugin from Scratch,  we were building a tool for generating the implementations of the comparable interface using the Google Guava library. Watch this Part 2 to see what happens next.

At JetBrains, we aim to help you bring your plugin ideas to life. In the first of an ongoing series, we reach out to our community of expert plugin developers and ask them to share their experiences writing plugins for IntelliJ IDEA. In this session John Lindquist explores the plugin development process with Mihai Toader, author of the Go Lang plugin (see http://go-ide.com/).

Screencast: Using Local History for code changes tracking. This functionality is available in IntelliJ Idea, PyCharm, WebStorm, PhpStorm, RubyMine, AppCode.

Full blog post at http://blog.jetbrains.com/webide/2012/10/using-local-history-for-code-changes-tracking/

Screencast: How to use TODO comments in your projects. This functionality is available in IntelliJ Idea, PyCharm, WebStorm, PhpStorm, RubyMine, AppCode.

Full blog post at http://blog.jetbrains.com/webide/2012/10/managing-todo/