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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.
A globbing fs.watch wrapper built from the best parts of other fine watch libs. Compatible with Node.js 4.x/0.12/0.10, Windows, OSX and Linux. Install the module with: npm install gaze or place into your package.json and run npm install.
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.
Watch.JS is a small library with a lot of possibilities. You may know that the "Observer" design pattern involves executing some function when an observed object changes. Other libraries exist that do this, but with Watch.JS you will not have to change the way you develop. Take a look at the examples to see how simple it is to add Watch.JS to your code. If you don't want to call a second watcher in the current scope just set WatchJS.noMore to true and it will be reset to false when this watcher finishes.
cointop is a fast and lightweight interactive terminal based UI application for tracking and monitoring cryptocurrency coin stats in real-time. The interface is inspired by htop and shortcut keys are inspired by vim.
Watchr provides a normalised API the file watching APIs of different node versions, nested/recursive file and directory watching, and accurate detailed events for file/directory creations, updates, and deletions.Older environments may need Babel's Polyfill or something similar.
Fast cross-platform command line utility to watch file system changes. It is used in brunch, gulp, karma, PM2, browserify, webpack, BrowserSync, socketstream, derby, and many others. It has proven itself in production environments.
termplay is the tool to convert images to ANSI sequences. But it also supports playing videos... Written in the systems language Rust, it has some solid performance. Termplay also allows you to control the media, such as zoom in or pause the video.
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.