As we know our favorite IDE can become an unparalleled ally when it comes to undertaking an agile workflow entailing TypeScript compilation at runtime, static type checking and introspection, and code completion and visual assistance for debugging and building our app. In this article, we will compare WebStorm vs Angular IDE for Angular coding. So let's get started.
Angular IDE provides a complete solution for Angular development with TypeScript. You can expect quick project building, fast as-you-type validation (including TSLint warnings) in TypeScript files and immediate content assist.
Angular IDE is based on vendor libraries so all validation results will match those of the command line tooling. TypeScript, TSLint or Angular Ahead-of-Time compilation will all yield the same results. You will get strict type checking within Angular HTML templates, various TSLint quick fixes and so much more.
This is a freemium IDE -- 8 days per month for free. You will have unlimited access to Freebie features & Access to Pro features — capped at 8 days per month, enough for real work. This IDE Is available under Three licenses: Free, Personal ( $28/year ) & Commercial ( $48/year) .
WebStorm is not a freemium IDE. You only get 30 days Trial. This IDE Is available under Three licenses: Personal ( $59/year ) , Commercial ( $129/year) & All products pack which will cost you $649/year.
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