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intellij-elixir - Elixir plugin for JetBrain's IntelliJ Platform (including Rubymine)

  •    Java

This is a plugin that adds support for Elixir to JetBrains IDEs. The plugin works both in the rich IDEs that allow alternative language SDK selection and small IDEs that are language specific. The rich IDEs work best for IntelliJ Elixir because only in the rich IDEs can have an Elixir SDK set as the Project SDK. In all small IDEs, the native language SDK is always there, which makes anything that uses the SDK, such as running elixir, erl, or mix more complicated both internally and externally in the configuration you have to setup.

idea-one-dark-theme - One Dark theme for IntelliJ IDEA, PhpStorm, PyCharm, RubyMine, WebStorm

  •    Javascript

Go to File | Import Settings... and specify the idea-one-dark-theme directory or the settings.jar file. Click OK in the dialog that appears. Go to Preferences | Editor | Colors & Fonts and select one of the new color themes.




eslint_d.js - Makes eslint the fastest linter on the planet

  •    Javascript

Makes eslint the fastest linter on the planet.Yes, it's actually super fast. But the node.js startup time and loading all the required modules slows down linting times for a single file to ~700 milliseconds. eslint_d reduces this overhead by running a server in the background. It brings the linting time down to ~160 milliseconds. If you want to lint from within your editor whenever you save a file, eslint_d is for you.

js-graphql-intellij-plugin - GraphQL language support for IntelliJ IDEA and WebStorm, including Relay

  •    Java

GraphQL language support including Relay.QL tagged templates in JavaScript and TypeScript. It depends on js-graphql-language-service that it manages using a Node.js process handler.

mocha-intellij

  •    Javascript

Mocha reporter for WebStorm and other IntelliJ IDEs.

karma-intellij - Reporter for IntelliJ / WebStorm.

  •    Javascript

A Karma plugin. Reporter for WebStorm and other IntelliJ IDEs.


open-editor - Open files in your editor at a specific line and column

  •    Javascript

*Doesn't support column.Open the given files in the user's editor at specific line and column if supported by the editor. It does not wait for the editor to start or quit.

open-in-editor - NPM package to open a file in editor

  •    Javascript

NPM package to open a file in editor. You also can use any other editor that is able to open files from command line.

intellij-elm - Elm language support for IntelliJ and WebStorm

  •    Kotlin

Provides support for the Elm programming language in IntelliJ and WebStorm. Thank you Kamil, Alexander, and the Rust plugin developers.

pebble-intellij - Pebble support for IntelliJ-based IDEs

  •    Kotlin

This plugin provides support for the Pebble templating engine in IntelliJ-based IDEs, including IntelliJ IDEA Community Edition. It supports the IntelliJ platform version 143.x (IntelliJ IDEA 15, AppCode 3.3, CLion 1.2, DataGrip 1.0, PhpStorm 10, PyCharm 5, RubyMine 8, WebStorm 11) and later. 1: Custom operators are currently not supported.

intellij-plugin-save-actions - Supports configurable, Eclipse like, save actions, including "organize imports", "reformat code" and "rearrange code"

  •    Java

Supports configurable, Eclipse like, save actions, including "optimize imports", "reformat code", "rearrange code", "compile file" and some quick fixes like "add / remove 'this' qualifier", etc. The plugin executes the configured actions when the file is synchronised (or saved) on disk. Using the save actions plugin makes your code cleaner and more uniform across your code base by enforcing your code style and code rules every time you save. The settings file (see files location) can be shared in your development team so that every developer has the same configuration.

webstorm-styled-components - styled-components highlighting support in IntelliJ editors

  •    Kotlin

The plugin can be installed in WebStorm, IntelliJ IDEA Ultimate, PhpStorm, PyCharm Pro, and RubyMine v2017.2 and above. To install the plugin open the IDE Preferences | Plugins, then click Browse repositories... and search for Styled Components.