Does IntelliJ 10 enjoy the same power of WebStorm?

Hi,
Does IntelliJ 10 enjoy the same power of WebStorm? or JavaScript/CSS/HTML plugins in IntelliJ are older than the ones in WebStorm?
Thanks.

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I registered here just to ask this same question myself.  

I have IntelliJ IDEA for flex, java, rails and android development, but I have some static and php web sites with html, js and css files that I would like to manage with IDEA as well.  Can I do that? I want create a new project, but I don't want it to be a java or flex or griffon or grail module. However, if I create a project and don't specify *any* module, I can't add any directories or files in the interface. Is there a "web" or "php" module I can't find? I've watched a couple video demos of phpstorm and webstorm that do what I want, but I can't see how to create such a project in IDEA.

Thanks for any help,

- Steven

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Hello Hussein,

Does IntelliJ 10 enjoy the same power of WebStorm? or
JavaScript/CSS/HTML plugins in IntelliJ are older than the ones in
WebStorm?


All of our products are built from the same codebase. IntelliJ IDEA 10.0.2
matches WebStorm 2.0 in terms of XML/JS/CSS features.

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Dmitry Jemerov
Development Lead
JetBrains, Inc.
http://www.jetbrains.com/
"Develop with Pleasure!"


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Dmitry,

Thanks, that's why I love IntelliJ IDEA. Can you point me to a link that shows how to create a "web" project/module in IntelliJ IDEA? See my earlier reply in this thread.

Thanks for any help,

- Steven

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Hello Steven,

Thanks, that's why I love IntelliJ IDEA. Can you point me to a link
that shows how to create a "web" project/module in IntelliJ IDEA? See
my earlier reply in this thread.


There is no such project type in IntelliJ IDEA. You can simply create a Java
project and not specify any JDK or other Java-specific stuff.

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Dmitry Jemerov
Development Lead
JetBrains, Inc.
http://www.jetbrains.com/
"Develop with Pleasure!"


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I would like to develop web applications within IntelliJ using the same features that I've seen in the demonstrations videos for WebStorm, for example having a project connected via FTP to a remote server and browsing remote files.

If I use IntelliJ and set up a Java project, how do I add the capabilities to this project that I've seen in WebStorm?

-- Randy

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Hello Randy,

I would like to develop web applications within IntelliJ using the
same features that I've seen in the demonstrations videos for
WebStorm, for example having a project connected via FTP to a remote
server and browsing remote files.

If I use IntelliJ and set up a Java project, how do I add the
capabilities to this project that I've seen in WebStorm?


Go to Settings | Deployment, use the button to add an FTP server and
set up the mappings.

--
Dmitry Jemerov
Development Lead
JetBrains, Inc.
http://www.jetbrains.com/
"Develop with Pleasure!"


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