payment integration on various sites.
Click tracking of various things we didnt want google to see.
Click to call mostly, but also some sms messaging and ivr.
Deployment, versioning, merging, bug finding, blaming.... the works!
A good editor, found it real useful for PHP and JS work.
My number one source storage.
Very useful for self-hosting a number of js libs.
The way most people use it.. npm install blah blah ;-)
Grunt is okay I guess. Its better than make.
I prefer gulp to grunt.
Development test boxes. I dont like virtualbox that much - but for a while it was the only free vmware alternative.
Still my most loved editor. (even if its not the most-used in my life)
Very nice way to structure a project, as long as you know it will not be a hybrid app.
Sublime replacement when needed.
All windows dev jobs. Mostly c# winforms. But lots of mobile apps lately.
Quick scaffolding of project stacks I'm not that familiar with. Having a nice build system to start with on a new project is worth a lot.
Mostly for java projects.
Testing apps before release.
Drupal module development. PhpStorm has good Drupal support.
Unit testing on shared code between brow ser and back end.
Made sharing node modules with the frontend real easy. Especially when developing hybrid apps.
First thing I install on a new windows box.
Quick testing of frameworks without having to install on my own PC.
Very useful when you cannot use your own computer.
Used as IDE for swing-based java project.
Used for rapidly creating html mockups.
Personal use. Collaboration.
Many businesses run wordpress. Wrote some plugins.
Personal use. Also added various features to Trello by way of browser extension for a customer.
Some companies are already on zendesk, so you extend by integrating.
Bug tracking, development tracking. Management of support issues with dev-support.
Meetings, lots of meetings.
Built a number of sites and web apps. Rapid development make for happy customers. Crazy development workflows make developers unhappy.
Collaborate on project documentation, functional specs, walkthroughs, development standards, coding standards etc.