Meteor is an open source, real-time platform for building web applications. It runs on top of Node.js and uses MongoDB. The framework is rather young—Meteor 1.0 came out, not very long ago, on the 28 October, 2014—but it has already proved itself to be a powerful tool. WebStorm added support for Meteor in version 9, so you can utilize all the techniques that WebStorm suggests.
Before you start building a Meteor application, you need to have Meteor installed on your machine. Linux and OS X, being command line-centric systems, enable you to install Meteor in one click with following command:
curl https://install.meteor.com/ | sh
Windows users will need to visit http://win.meteor.com/ and download the
.exe file, which is stable, although not ...