JavaScript project folder tree view?

Guys, I'm quite new to IDEA so might be doing something wrong. I have some strange issue with actually seeing my "Project" panel as a tree of folders and files as i see them in Visual Studio or Aptana. I'm doing only JavaScript, maybe this affects whole thing some how? I've created new project (typing name of the project and it's location and unselecting 'module' section, since i don't do anything related to to it), mapped it to a folder where i have my JavaScript and HTML files and related folders, rest of the prompts i skip till finish point of the "wizard" and then i have IDE ready to use, where i can see in my projects tree only files that within the project folder, but i don't see folders, in other words i dont see whole structure i have on disk. I see i have some white bar on top of my workspace where i have access to files on folders, but i can't use it for example to delete things, or just for simple navigation within a projects, this thing there just makes no sense to me.

Could you please tell me how to make this project tree structure visible? Or in JavaScript only projects there is no support for it?

Thanks,
Evi.

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You should try JetBrains WebIDE Standard edition
(http://www.jetbrains.net/confluence/display/WI/WebIDEEAP) which at
least make project configuration easier

Evgenios Skitsanos wrote:

Guys, I'm quite new to IDEA so might be doing something wrong. I have some strange issue with actually seeing my "Project" panel as a tree of folders and files as i see them in Visual Studio or Aptana. I'm doing only JavaScript, maybe this affects whole thing some how? I've created new project (typing name of the project and it's location and unselecting 'module' section, since i don't do anything related to to it), mapped it to a folder where i have my JavaScript and HTML files and related folders, rest of the prompts i skip till finish point of the "wizard" and then i have IDE ready to use, where i can see in my projects tree only files that within the project folder, but i don't see folders, in other words i dont see whole structure i have on disk. I see i have some white bar on top of my workspace where i have access to files on folders, but i can't use it for example to delete things, or just for simple navigation within a projects, this thing there just makes no sens

e to me.


Could you please tell me how to make this project tree structure visible? Or in JavaScript only projects there is no support for it?

Thanks,
Evi.

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this worked for me indeed! it seems now it all does what i needed. guys, this thing is totally great! thanks.

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...deleted (not sure how to delete)...

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Maxim wrote:


You should try JetBrains WebIDE Standard edition which at least make project configuration easier

Evgenios Skitsanos wrote:

Could you please tell me how to make this project tree structure visible? Or in JavaScript only projects there is no support for it?


What if we want to work in  IntelliJ so we can do Java, JavaScript, GWT, all at the same time? What  is the trick to get IntelliJ to show all the folders?

Thanks,
dave

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Also see http://youtrack.jetbrains.net/issue/IDEA-63305 and http://youtrack.jetbrains.net/issue/WI-1624 which ask for IDEA to handle the WebStorm module type or its equivalent directly.

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