I have just discovered Atom and I am very impressed with it since it allows me to compress even farther the amount of software I have to maintain on my computer. One piece of software I would like to replace with Atom is TexStudio which I am using to write scientific articles in Latex.
I saw that Atom is capable to compile and edit latex files with a great number of features, some of which are not present in any other latex editor I have tried. All but one, which is a preview window of what you have written. I know is not critical, but being able to see what you are doing is very helpful especially when writing articles that have a page limit!
My question is: Is it possible or is there a package that can recreate the TexStudio feature of the preview window? In my mind this would work with an already installed pdf viewer and it would open the pdf in a window next to the tex editing windows inside Atom.