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livereactload - Live code editing with Browserify and React

  •    Javascript

Live code editing with Browserify and React. Hot reloading is de facto in today's front-end scene but unfortunately there isn't any decent implementation for Browserify yet. This is shame because (in my opinion) Browserify is the best bundling tool at the moment.

doitlive - Because sometimes you need to do it live

  •    Python

doitlive is a tool for live presentations in the terminal. It reads a file of shell commands and replays the commands in a fake terminal session as you type random characters. Requires Python >= 2.7 or >= 3.5 with pip.

codecombat - Game for learning how to code.

  •    CoffeeScript

NOTE: The process for setting up the dev environment has changed. Please refer to the docs for details. It's both a startup and a community project, completely open source under the MIT and Creative Commons licenses. It's the largest open source CoffeeScript project by lines of code, and since it's a game (with really cool tech), it's really fun to hack on. Join us in teaching the world to code! Your contribution will go on to show millions of players how cool programming can be.

Tidal - Pattern language

  •    Haskell

Distributed under the terms of the GNU Public license version 3 (or later).




sonic-pi - The Live Coding Music Synth for Everyone

  •    Ruby

Sonic Pi is a new kind of musical instrument. Instead of strumming strings or whacking things with sticks - you write code - live. Sonic Pi is a complete open source programming environment originally designed to explore and teach programming concepts within schools through the process of creating new sounds.

Overtone - Collaborative Programmable Music

  •    Clojure

Overtone is an open source audio environment designed to explore new musical ideas from synthesis and sampling to instrument building, live-coding and collaborative jamming. It combines the powerful SuperCollider audio engine, with Clojure, a state of-the-art lisp, to create an intoxicating interactive sonic experience. It can synchronise your visuals and noise with ease.

laravel-sketchpad - An innovative front-end environment for interactive Laravel development

  •    PHP

Sketchpad is an innovative, bolt-on development environment for your existing Laravel site. It's a place to write, test, experiment and execute code, or just a place to group useful tools and functions you want easy access to.

ChromeREPL - A Sublime Text plugin to execute JavaScript in Google Chrome

  •    Python

A SublimeText 3 Plugin to use Chrome as your REPL. Because Chrome ain't no text editor. Anything longer than a line is a pain, and so is recalling what you typed earlier.


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.

visual-fiha - A HTML5 VJing tool

  •    Javascript

An open source browser based VJing tool with MIDI support. No need to install, open Google Chrome and enjoy.

gibber.audio.lib - music and audio library for Gibber

  •    Javascript

This library provides the audio capabilities of Gibber without the code editing environment. The build outputs a UMD file, gibber.audio.lib.js, and a minified version.

gibber

  •    Javascript

This library provides the graphics and audio capabilities of Gibber without the code editing environment. The build outputs a UMD file, gibber.lib.js, and a minified version.

livecoder.net - A simple browser environment for coding live javascript.

  •    Javascript

A simple browser environment for coding live javascript.

Artilico - Artistic live-coding in Common Lisp

  •    Common

Artistic live-coding in Common Lisp. Why artistic? Oh.. This thing inspired by fluxus. It gently catches your mistakes and let you fly with wings of Lisp. No more stupid crashes. Baa..

mud - MUD is a layer over Overtone to make live composition more powerful and immediate.

  •    Clojure

MUD is a layer over Overtone which focuses on immediacy of expression and creation. Overtone is extremely powerful at the cost of verbosity. Live coding requires quite a lot of code. Snippet expansion can help alleviate but it does hinder the range of expression and clutters the visual experience for the audience reading along with the code.

shaderview - Light show for live coding

  •    GLSL

Shaderview is an app for creating visuals using OpenGl Shaders and it uses OSC messages to communicate changes in state. For example when live coding music you could send an OSC message when the drum sample played and in turn your shader could do something with that signal, like flashing of white. Since Shaderview does everything through OSC, there is no tie to a specific client language.

strangeloop2014 - Come with us now on a journey ♪

  •    Clojure

Come with us now on a journey through space and sound ♪♫. You have at your hands the capability to make every sound imaginable.

livecodelab - a web based livecoding environment

  •    CoffeeScript

Livecodelab is a special secret place where you can make fancy "on-the-fly" 3d visuals and play awesomely offbeat (literally) sounds. "On-the-fly" meaning: as you type. Type just three letters: "box", and boom! a box appears. No clicking play, no waiting, no nothing.

cl-patterns - Library for conveniently(?) writing patterns to generate or process (a)musical sequences of mathematically (un)related (non-)compound values in Lisp

  •    Common

A library for conveniently(?) writing patterns to generate or process (a)musical sequences of mathematically (un)related (non-)compound values in Lisp. In addition to emulating most of SuperCollider’s patterns system, another goal is to further extend it with more tools and more ways to write patterns/sequences. The most obvious example being a “drum sequence” notation like k - - - k - - - k - - - k - - - for a four-to-the-floor beat. The idea is that Lisp’s macros should make it possible to more expressively write music with code.