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hihat - :tophat: local Node/Browser development with Chrome DevTools

  •    Javascript

Runs a source file in a Chrome DevTools process. Saving the file will reload the tab.This is useful for locally unit testing browser code with the full range of Web APIs (WebGL, WebAudio, etc). It provides access to profiling, debugger statements, network requests, and so forth.

grunt-nw-builder - Let you build your node-webkit apps for mac, win and linux with grunt

  •    Javascript

Let's you build your NW.js apps for osx, win, and linux with grunt. It will download the prebuilt binaries for a specify version, unpacks it, creates a release folder, create the app.nw file for a specified directory and copys the app.nw file where it belongs.Issues with the output should be reported on the nw-builder issue tracker.

nw

  •    C++

NW.js is an app runtime based on Chromium and node.js. You can write native apps in HTML and JavaScript with NW.js. It also lets you call Node.js modules directly from the DOM and enables a new way of writing native applications with all Web technologies.It was created in the Intel Open Source Technology Center.

budo - :clapper: a dev server for rapid prototyping

  •    Javascript

This is a browserify development server focused on incremental reloading, LiveReload integration (including CSS injection) and other high-level features for rapid prototyping.Then open http://localhost:9966/ to see the content in action.

node-dev - Zero-conf Node.js reloading

  •    Javascript

Node-dev is a development tool for Node.js that automatically restarts the node process when a file is modified. In contrast to tools like supervisor or nodemon it doesn't scan the filesystem for files to be watched. Instead it hooks into Node's require() function to watch only the files that have been actually required.


awesome-live-reloading - A curated collection of live-reloading / hot-reloading / watch-reloading tools for different languages and frameworks

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A curated collection of live-reloading tools and libraries associated with different languages and frameworks. "Live reloading" refers to tools that run your compile/build step as you write code. This makes it faster for you to test your work as you write code. This is especially helpful for web development.

vscode-live-server - Launch a development local Server with live reload feature for static & dynamic pages

  •    TypeScript

Launch a local development server with live reload feature for static & dynamic pages. Open a project and click to Go Live from the status bar to turn the server on/off.

realize - Go build system with file watcher, live reload and output streams

  •    Go

Automate the most recurring operations needed for development, define what you need only one time, integrate additional tools of third party, define custom cli commands and reload projects at each file change without stop to write code.Various operations can be programmed for each project, which can be executed at startup, at stop, and at each file change.

katon - (use hotel instead)

  •    Javascript

Note except if you need a particular feature in katon, please use hotel. Hotel is cross-platform and doesn't require admin privileges to be installed.katon is a development tool that makes dev servers accessible on beautiful local .ka domains. It also autostarts/stops them for you.

node-webkit-agent - NodeJS agent for WebKit devtools front-end

  •    Javascript

This module is an implementation of Chrome developer tools protocol. It is still pretty much a work in progress and only heap and CPU profilers are working right now. Help is wanted to finish implementing debugger, networking and console agents as well as a implementing from scratch a flamegraphs agent. This module allows you to debug and profile remotely your nodejs applications leveraging the following features by re-using the built-in devtools front-end that comes with any webkit-based browsers such as Chrome or Safari.

babel-watch - Reload your babel-node app on JS source file changes. And do it fast.

  •    Javascript

Reload your babel-node app on JS source file changes. And do it fast. If you're tired of using babel-node together with nodemon (or similar solution). The reason why the aforementioned setup performs so badly is the startup time of babel-node itself. babel-watch only starts babel in the "master" process where it also starts the file watcher. The transpilation is performed in that process too. On file-watcher events, it spawns a pure node process and passes transpiled code from the parent process together with the source maps. This allows us to avoid loading babel and all its deps every time we restart the JS script/app.

react-hot-loader - Tweak React components in real time.

  •    Javascript

Watch Dan Abramov's talk on Hot Reloading with Time Travel. Note: You can safely install react-hot-loader as a regular dependency instead of a dev dependency as it automatically ensures it is not executed in production and the footprint is minimal.

nw-sample-apps - Sample apps for node-webkit

  •    Javascript

Here are some sample apps for nw.js, some of them are modified from GoogleChrome/chrome-app-samples. Please visit nw.js group for discussions.

node-webkit-updater - node-webkit autoupdater

  •    Javascript

Hi, I cant support this package since not working with NW anymore. So I would love to give the project out to somebody who cares. Contact me on twitter @edjafarov. This is node-webkit-updater.

node-inspector - Node.js debugger based on Blink Developer Tools

  •    Javascript

Node Inspector is a debugger interface for Node.js applications that uses the Blink Developer Tools (formerly WebKit Web Inspector).Since version 6.3, Node.js provides a built-in DevTools-based debugger which mostly deprecates Node Inspector, see e.g. this blog post to get started. The built-in debugger is developed directly by the V8/Chromium team and provides certain advanced features (e.g. long/async stack traces) that are too difficult to implement in Node Inspector.

air - ☁️ Live reload for Go apps

  •    Go

Air is yet another live-reloading command line utility for Go applications in development. Just air in your project root directory, leave it alone, and focus on your code. NOTE: This tool has nothing to do with hot-deploy for production.

active_reload - Reload Rails code in development mode only when change is deteced

  •    Ruby

Active Reload is a gem that changes a little when Rails code reloading is executed. Normally Rails "forgets" your code after every request in development mode and loads again necessary files during the request. If your application is big this can take lot of time especially on "dashboard" page that uses lot of different classes. However this constant reloading is not always necessary. This gem changes it so it occurs before request and only when file was changed or added. It won't make reloading your app faster but it will skip reloading when nothing changed and that saved second can really sum up to a big value. It means that after change first request in development mode will reload the code and take as much time as it takes without this gem but subsequent request will be faster until next changes due to lack of code reloading.

live-server - A simple development http server with live reload capability.

  •    Javascript

This is a little development server with live reload capability. Use it for hacking your HTML/JavaScript/CSS files, but not for deploying the final site.You need node.js and npm. You should probably install this globally.

react-hot-boilerplate - Minimal live-editing example for React

  •    Javascript

React Hot Loader 3 is on the horizon, and you can try it today (boilerplate branch, upgrade example). It fixes some long-standing issues with both React Hot Loader and React Transform, and is intended as a replacement for both. The docs are not there yet, but they will be added before the final release. For now, this commit is a good reference. The minimal dev environment to enable live-editing React components.

angular-tour-of-heroes - Angular - Tour of Heroes - The Next Step after Getting Started

  •    TypeScript

Super simple Angular app with 1 module and 2 routes. This is a mnor variation on the Tour of Heroes I wrote for the official docs.Run ng serve for a dev server. Navigate to http://localhost:4200/. The app will automatically reload if you change any of the source files.