This post is part of a series of posts covering features in WebStorm 9 EAP:
- WebStorm 9 EAP is open
- Tracing, debugging and profiling Node.js with spy-js
WebStorm 9 brings a highly demanded new feature: Live Edit for Node.js. With this powerful functionality, WebStorm can now automatically update your Node.js application or restart Node.js server on any changes.
You can download WebStorm 9 EAP right now.
To make Live Edit work consistently and transparently for both client-side and server-side code, we’ve significantly reworked Live Edit configurations.
Let’s have a closer look at new Live Edit.
Live Edit can work in two different modes: Auto or Manual.