Project using ES6 module loaders

Hi,
        Can I create a WebStorm project using ES6 module loaders ? jspm ?


        What about new players like aurelia and polymer and the Web Components specification ?


Thanks,
Mohan

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Not sure what you mean by creating a project using module loaders - can you be more specific? Aurelia is not supported (https://youtrack.jetbrains.com/issue/WEB-15554). Basic Polymer/Web Components support is there

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I meant jspm.io. I am trying to figure out how I can use WebStorm with a basic template for projects using some of these newer developments. Once I set it up it is very easy to use the IDE later.

Mohan

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WebStorm doesn't include predefined template for jspm project. But you can create a new project by running 'jspm init' in terminal and then open the generated project directory in WebStorm using File/Open

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I have the latest WebStorm. Can I look at some instructions to use polymer ?

I wish to create an AngularJS application using ES6 syntax like it is explained in http://www.sitepoint.com/writing-angularjs-apps-using-es6/ ? Is there a template for that ?


Thanks.

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No, there are no predefined project templates for Angular + ES6


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No. The New project dialog lists all available templates:


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You can search for sample Polymer projects on web. Or, try using polymer-init (https://www.npmjs.com/package/polymer-init) to generate the stub project...

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