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I was recently at a Meetup watching over the shoulder of web development and Angular guru, Daniel Zen. I saw him working in his command line and he would easily open the current directory in WebStorm by typing, "webstorm ." into the terminal window. However, when I tried I would get the error message, "-bash: webstorm: command not found". This post is about installing the webstorm command line tool so that you can use this easy, nifty project opening shortcut.
This is a post about setting up WebStorm to understand JSX and work for React projects.
It was once said by the author of a programming book I can't remember right now that it's possible to do all of your coding without a mouse. He actually recommended taking the mouse away sometimes when you are pair programming for an "extra challenge" (and that's on top of his normal extra challenge of doing everything TDD style).
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