Live.js makes sure you're always looking at the latest version of the page you're working on, whether you're writing HTML, CSS or Javascript.
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How?

Just include Live.js and it will monitor the current page including local CSS and Javascript by sending consecutive HEAD requests to the server. Changes to CSS will be applied dynamically and HTML or Javascript changes will reload the page. Try it!

Where?

Live.js works in Firefox, Chrome, Safari, Opera and IE6+ until proven otherwise. Live.js is independent of the development framework or language you use, whether it be Ruby, Handcraft, Python, Django, NET, Java, Php, Drupal, Joomla or what-have-you.

Why?

Live.js was written by Martin Kool as the next step in Handcraft's design in the browser strategy. But similar to when we open sourced Backfire (which allows you to save CSS changes made with Firebug) it seemed natural to once again share the code.

Twitter

Follow @livejs or mention #livejs.