This article explains how to install WebStrom JAVA IDE on Ubuntu Linux.
Ubuntu Linux is one of the most popular operating systems among developers, and installing WebStorm on Ubuntu can help developers take advantage of its powerful features for developing and managing Java applications.
Installing WebStorm on Ubuntu is relatively easy, and there are two ways to do so: via its ToolBox App or using Snap. The ToolBox App is recommended for managing multiple JetBrains tools, while Snap is a simple containerized software package to create and install.
Overall, installing WebStorm on Ubuntu can provide developers with an efficient and effective way to develop and manage Java applications.
For more about WebStorm, please check its Homepage.
To install WebStorm on Ubuntu, follow the steps below:
There are two ways to install WebStorm on Ubuntu: one is via its ToolBox App, and the other is using Snap. To install via its ToolBox App, use the Download link below:
Save the file to your desktop. Then, right-click it and extract the zipped folder. Next, browse to the extracted folder and run the executable.
Then select the app you want to install via its ToolBox Apps
Install WebStorm via Snap
If you won’t use the ToolBox app, Snap is your only option. Snaps are containerized software packages that are simple to create and install. It’s a new way to manage packages on Linux systems and is supported by the top Linux distributions.
It’s probably the easiest way to install and manage packages on Linux systems, including Ubuntu.
To install the WebStorm task management app via Snap, run the commands below
sudo apt install snapd sudo snap install webstorm --classic
When you’re done, WebStorm should be installed and ready to use… To launch it, go to the Activities Overview, search WebStorm, and launch it.
If you already have an account, sign in and start using WebStorm. If you don’t already have an account, you may want to register or sign in with one of those social platforms.
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