NOTE: Just a placeholder for now. Very early stage. Not ready for use.
Allow using WebStorm features such as the indexer from Atom.
Atom has a few solutions to these problems as plugins but I could not find them to work as well as WebStorm.
This module would bring the reliable indexing and refactoring into Atom with minimal effort, reducing any barriers to switchers.
There will be a plugin for WebStorm/IntelliJ which will provide a JS interface to the Java API, via a websockets server running in the Atom plugin (or the other way around I'm not sure what's easiest).
2016-04: The plumbing of communicating with websockets to an IntelliJ plugin is mostly done.
cmd-clickcode navigation using the WS index.
apm install atom-webstorm
These are plugins that are the closest thing I could find to get similar WebStorm functionality for Atom.
Good catch. Let us know what about this package looks wrong to you, and we'll investigate right away.