Make over http with auto reload
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npm install remake
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|Version||0.0.1 last updated a year ago|
|Dependencies||connect, underscore, socket.io, commander|
Remake helps frontend developers to reduce their window switches between browser, terminal and editor.
- Works with any Makefile
- Lets you use your preferred tools
npm install -g remake
How it should be used
- Create a Makefile for your build
- Run remake:
- Remake will start a web server for you
- Add a keyboard shortcut to your editor
Unlike other reload tools Remake does not watch your files. You must start your build by making a http request:
$ curl http://localhost:3000/make/all
After the build completes Remake will tell the connected browsers to reload.
You should add the curl command to a keyboard shortcut in your editor. This lets you can see the output of your build directly in your editor without switching to the terminal.
Remake provides a middleware for connect / express.js. You can integrate it
to your own app. Checkout
bin/reload.js to see how it works.