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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.

grunt-contrib-watch - Run tasks whenever watched files change.

  •    Javascript

Run this task with the grunt watch command. This defines what file patterns this task will watch. It can be a string or an array of files and/or minimatch patterns.

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.

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.

gulp-livereload - gulp plugin for livereload

  •    Javascript

A lightweight gulp plugin for livereload to be used with the livereload chrome extension or a livereload middleware. See examples.

elm-live - ⚡ A flexible dev server for Elm. Live reload included.

  •    Javascript

If you’d rather bring your own global elm, npm install --global elm-live will do. Note that you need node 10.0+ to run the tool natively.

gulp-connect - Gulp plugin to run a webserver (with LiveReload)

  •    CoffeeScript

If the http2 package is installed and you use an https connection to gulp connect then http 2 will be used in preference to http 1.

browserify-hmr - Hot Module Replacement plugin for Browserify

  •    Javascript

Open http://localhost:8080/ and try updating label.jsx and interval.js. Hot module replacement works by re-executing updated modules. The Hot Module Replacement API must be used to define which modules can accept updates, and what to do when a module is going to be updated.

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.

gulp-webserver - Streaming gulp plugin to run a local webserver with LiveReload

  •    Javascript

The gulp.src('root') parameter is the root directory of the webserver. Multiple directories are possible. Solution: Set as host option.

grunt-express - Start an Express.js web server using grunt.js

  •    Javascript

grunt-express-angular-example is a minimal example that shows how you can use grunt-express to run a basic express server that hosts an Angular app, it is based on @bford's Yeoman generator generator-angular. Run this task with the grunt express command.

electron-connect - Livereload tool for Electron

  •    Javascript

Utility tool to develop applications with Electron. Using this in your Node.js scripts (e.g. gulpfile.js), you can livereload your Electron app.

connect-livereload - connect middleware for adding the livereload script to the response

  •    Javascript

connect middleware for adding the livereload script to the response. no browser plugin is needed. if you are happy with a browser plugin, then you don't need this middleware. note: if you use this middleware, you should make sure to switch off the Browser LiveReload Extension if you have it installed.

reload-css - Reloads all style sheets in the page associated with a URL

  •    Javascript

This module reloads all style sheets associated with a specified url. This is primarily useful for LiveReload servers that wish to update style sheets without triggering a full page refresh.If you omit the url argument, all style sheets will be cache busted.

wiper - A command line tool that watch file changes and do a livereload when needed

  •    Javascript

A command line tool that watch file changes and do a livereload when needed (compatible with both node.js and io.js), and works over https.This allows us to use npm as our build tool instead of grunt or gulp.

wtch - [UNMAINTAINED] small livereload utility for rapid prototyping

  •    Javascript

A small command-line app that watches for file changes and triggers a live-reload on file save (using LiveReload). Watches the current working directory for js,html,css file changes. Ignores .git, node_modules, and bower_components, and other hidden files.You can use garnish for pretty-printing logs and limiting log level.

electron-reloader - Simple auto-reloading for Electron apps during development

  •    Javascript

It just works. When files used in the main process are changed, the app is restarted, and when files used in the browser window are changed, the page is reloaded.Note that it will not work correctly if you transpile the main process JS files of your app, but it doesn't make sense to do that anyway.