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webpack-hot-middleware - Webpack hot reloading you can attach to your own server

  •    Javascript

Webpack hot reloading using only webpack-dev-middleware. This allows you to add hot reloading into an existing server without webpack-dev-server. This module is only concerned with the mechanisms to connect a browser client to a webpack server & receive updates. It will subscribe to changes from the server and execute those changes using webpack's HMR API. Actually making your application capable of using hot reloading to make seamless changes is out of scope, and usually handled by another library.

webpack-hot-middleware - Webpack hot reloading you can attach to your own server

  •    Javascript

Webpack hot reloading using only webpack-dev-middleware. This allows you to add hot reloading into an existing server without webpack-dev-server. This module is only concerned with the mechanisms to connect a browser client to a webpack server & receive updates. It will subscribe to changes from the server and execute those changes using webpack's HMR API. Actually making your application capable of using hot reloading to make seamless changes is out of scope, and usually handled by another library.

konfig - Composable, observable and performant config handling for Go for the distributed processing era

  •    Go

Composable, observable and performant config handling for Go. Written for larger distributed systems where you may have plenty of configuration sources - it allows you to compose configurations from multiple sources with reload hooks making it simple to build apps that live in a highly dynamic environment. The name is Swedish for "config". We have a lot of nationalities here at Lalamove and to celebrate cultural diversity most of our open source packages will carry a name derived from a non-English language that is perhaps spoken by at least one of our employees(?).

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.




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.

gfms - Github Flavored Markdown Server (GFMS)

  •    Javascript

You can now use the option -a to tell GFMS to render your documents via the Github Markdown Rendering API. For simplicity, the public access is used, which is limited to 60 requests per hour per an IP address. If the mode -a is not specified, GFMS will render your doc via Github API only when you manually reload it in the browser (and on the first load). This way you are less likely ot hit the hourly API limit, because you will only use the API to check for correctness occasionally. Use -n to disable this feature.

node-hot-reloading-boilerplate - Boilerplate for hot module reloading development in Node.js

  •    Javascript

A boilerplate for hot module reloading development in Node.js. See my blog post for more information. Run it with npm install or yarn, then npm start. Try updating build.js.

cycle-hot-reloading-example - A Cycle.js starter project with hot reloading using browserify-hmr

  •    Javascript

A Cycle.js starter project with hot reloading using browserify and browserify-hmr. You should then be able to visit localhost:8000 and you'll see the text 'Change me!'.


cycle-restart - Swap out the code in your Cycle.js apps on the fly!

  •    Javascript

Hot module reloading is super cool. You can change your code in an instant, and you don't have to reload the page to see the result. The most annoying part about it is that it throws away your application state! So if you want to develop with your app in a certain state, you have to recreate that state manually each time the code is reloaded.

Revise.jl - Automatically update function definitions in a running Julia session

  •    Julia

Revise.jl may help you keep your sessions running longer, reducing the need to restart Julia whenever you make changes to code. With Revise, you can be in the middle of a session and then update packages, switch git branches or stash/unstash code, and/or edit the source code; typically, the changes will be incorporated into the very next command you issue from the REPL. This can save you the overhead of restarting, loading packages, and waiting for code to JIT-compile. In particular, most users will probably want to alter their .julia/config/startup.jl file to run Revise automatically, as described in the "Configuration" section of the documentation.

built-with-cycle - A website to showcase the cool projects built with Cycle.js

  •    Javascript

To add a project, make a pull request that adds the project details to data/projects.js as well as an image to data/images. Please ensure that the resolution of the image is 1280x800px or as close as possible. If in doubt, make an issue.