This portion of the documentation serves as a guide for getting Storm up and running on your machine, as well as illustrating some of the important concepts in Storm by taking a closer look at the examples included in the download.

Storm currently works on Windows (X86, 32-bit), Linux (X86, and ARM, 64-bit).

Downloading and Installing Storm

If you are running Debian or Ubuntu, Storm might be available in your system's package manager. If this is the case, you can simply run sudo apt install storm-lang.

First, download Storm from here and unpack the archive somewhere convenient. The archive contains two folders and one executable file:

The root directory contains the packages loaded by Storm at startup. This is where all Storm code lives. Each directory here corresponds to a package in Storm. Some of these are described below: