See the effect of your HTML as you type it.
This package requires both simple-httpd and htmlize in order to operate. The simple-httpd webserver runs within emacs to serve up your buffers as you edit them. htmlize is used to send font lock highlighting to clients for non-HTML buffers.
simple-httpd can be installed through MELPA or directly from GitHub.
Add the library to your load path and load it:
(add-to-list 'load-path "~/.emacs.d/impatient-mode") (require 'impatient-mode)
Also, make sure you enable simple-httpd's optional servlet support
(require 'simple-httpd) (setq httpd-servlets t)
Publish buffers by enabling the minor mode
And then point your browser to http://localhost:8080/imp/, select a buffer, and watch your changes appear as you type!
html-mode buffers, buffer contents will be run through
htmlize before sending to clients. This can be toggled at any time