I currently use Rider as my main IDE. Are there any benefits to using WebStorm for front-end web development, and if so, what are they?

As per the title, I'm currently assessing whether I should use WebStorm for frontend development instead of Rider. I see that both IDEs use the "Javascript and Typescript" bundled plugin. Does this mean their javascript and typescript support is equivalent, or do they use different versions of this plugin?

If webstorm indeed has better support for front-end web development, in what ways would I benefit from using WebStorm instead?

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Rider includes Webstorm stuff for JavaScript/TypeScript, so I don''t think you would benefit from using WebStorm instead of it

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