Year of manufacture: 2017
Version: 2017.2 Build # WS-172.3317.70
Microsoft Windows 10/8/7 / Vista / 2003 / XP (incl.64-bit)
Intel Pentium III / 800 MHz or higher (or compatible)
1 GB free RAM minimum
2 GB RAM recommended
1024x768 minimum screen resolution
1. At the end of the installation, tick the "Run WebStorm"
2. In the "WebStorm License Activation" window, select "License server"
# We install from the License Service folder
Setup_x64.msi if you have a 64-bit OS, or
Setup_x86.msi if 32-bit to any location
# After the installation is complete, start the task manager and check the availability
If they are running, the service is successfully installed and will always be loaded when the system starts.
3. Go back to the "WebStorm License Activation" window, in the "License server"
4. Click OK. Done! (The server emulator service will hang as a background process and automatically renew your
License or every 48 hours (if the IDE is running continuously for 48 consecutive hours), or every time you start the IDE).
5. In the folder with the installed service lies config.ini. In it, you can change the port on which the service will work
(-p option) and the user name to which the license will be issued (-u option).
The default is: -p 1017 -u nnmclubber
Additional methods of treatment (patch):
Be sure to register in hosts
WebStorm, like other IDEs, developed on the basis of IntelliJ IDEA, makes development easier and more convenient, providing illumination and code completion, its analysis during editing,
Quick navigation and refactoring, and providing the developer with powerful debugging tools and integration with version control systems.
WebStorm really understands the structure of your project and code, detects possible problems even before you open the project in the browser, and offers their solution.
Built-in IDE tools for testing and working with the project will help in the development and make it more convenient and productive.