I am a new user to WebStorm, yet have years of experience of Java Web development.
Recently I am trying WebStorm 7.0, and is going to build a Hello World js-html project. The menu of WebStorm reminds me can define & configure the js libraries you want to use in the project, and I try to install the official library 'jQuery' and it appears in my project view now, under 'External Libraries' tag, as the snapshot shows. But this operation confuses me, how could a js lib be referenced in such way? I try to leave it as it was & call some jQuery API in the html -- of course it doesn't work, because it challenges the common sense that if you want to use a js lib, you have to explicitly refers to it by <script src="..."/>. Here is what I did after this failure: copy the jQuery.js to a project sub-directory, and refer this file explicitly in the html source. And now it works.
My Question: What is the proper way of using External Library of a WebStorm project? How about the way I have shown in the screenshot, by using <script src=""/>?
Thanks in advance.