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chashnikov platform: use WebModuleTypeBase instead of specific implementations
'WEB_MODULE' resolves to WebModuleType in IntelliJ IDEA and to PlatformWebModuleType in WebStorm and PhpStorm, so WebModuleType.getInstance will fail with ClassCastException if it's invoked in WebStorm/PhpStorm and PlatformWebModuleType.getInstance will fail if it's invoked in IDEA. Now the both methods are deprecated and PlatformWebModuleType.getInstance which work in all IDEs is used instead. This is needed to use Java support as a plugin in WebStorm (IDEA-195719).
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README.md

Vue.js for IntelliJ IDEA-based IDEs

This plugin provides support for Vue.js in IntelliJ IDEA Ultimate, WebStorm, PhpStorm, PyCharm Professional and RubyMine.

It provides intelligent Vue-specific code completion, navigation, and refactoring.

The plugin bundles a collection of Vue.js code templates by Sarah Drasner.

Getting started

  1. If you’re using IntelliJ IDEA Ultimate, PhpStorm, PyCharm, or RubyMine, install Vue.js plugin in Preferences | Plugins - Install JetBrains plugins.
  2. Open your Vue project.
  3. Make sure that you have Vue.js library files in your project (for example, in the node_modules folder).

Reporting issue

Please report any issues on https://youtrack.jetbrains.com/issues/WEB.

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