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I can see Deno mentioned at https://youtrack.jetbrains.com/issue/WEB-31667 - feel free to vote/comment for it in order to increase its priority and get notified about updates.

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Agreed with Jason, Deno has started gaining traction and proper runtime support with debugging would be excellent. Voted +1

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Proper support for import with file extensions and remote type definition would be a great addition to IntelliJ

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+1

please add support for deno in InteliJ

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+1 Deno will be huge in no time.

 
 
 
 
 
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+1 Can't wait

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There's a separate request to support Deno now: https://youtrack.jetbrains.com/issue/WEB-41607 - feel free to give it a vote also

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+1 I need this !!!

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+1 deno is the next generation of the server side javascript!!!

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Now Deno was released. Version 1.0.0. I expect Deno support for WebStorm.

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+1 from me as well. 

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For those who land here from a search, Jetbrains released a Deno plugin in June 2020. The ratings are pretty bad currently - not sure if they're for an older version of the plugin that still needs tweaks.

If you use the Deno plugin and it's working well for you, please rate it at https://plugins.jetbrains.com/plugin/14382-deno/reviews.

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Jerbrains

Small typo here ;)

not sure if they're for an older version of the plugin that still needs tweaks

I'm using version 203.5981.152, which should be the latest since I always perform updates when the IDE asks me to.

If you use the Deno plugin and it's working well for you, please rate it

Are you saying that, if I use the Deno plugin, but it's not working well for me, I should not rate it ? xD

What I'm currently missing from the Deno integration plugin is autocompletion for imported modules.

And I know it is possible to implement it because JS autocompletion for <script> HTML tags is already implemented.

Thanks

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>What I'm currently missing from the Deno integration plugin is autocompletion for imported modules.

 

Please could you clarify what completion it is about? Do you miss path completion in https://deno.land/ URLs, or is it about auto-importing of external Deno modules?

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