Benefits of WebStorm over Resharper

Having used Resharper for Asp.Net development, I've concluded that Webstorm is probably not an appropriate option (due to heavy use of C#).  However, the same cannot be said about (Javascript) toolbar development.  As someone who is pretty happy using Visual Studio and Resharper for toolbar development, what major benefits would I see if I switched to Webstorm?

I'd rather not dive into a trial without a high level understanding of what features I should be looking for.

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WebStorm and ReSharper are totally difeferent products for different aims. You can see all details and docs about abilities of WebStorm here: .


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