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Very easy to use even for the very first time. There is the option to display the doc icon, menu bar icon or both. There also is an option to show files in the Finder. It is also possible to bring Codekit to front when there is an error when compiling, when there are warnings or when the file has syntax issues and shows error messages that are easy to spot, making them actually useful. This also gives users an easy way to "watch" a SCSS file to output it (no need for terminal). See More
To use LiveReload, a code snippet needs to be added inside the view, or an extension to be installed to the browser(s) of choice. While it's not too much work, it can be a hassle and a deal-breaker for some people. See More
Every time the page is reloaded on a device, it's automatically reloaded on every other device connected. It also registers scrolls, form inputs and clicks across different devices and automatically synchronizes them to each connected device. See More
Ghostlab offers developers the opportunity to test their site in multiple browsers and devices at the same time. Once the Ghostlab server is deployed, it offers an IP address running on port 8080 which automatically reloads on every file change. See More
Ghostlab utilizes weinre, an open-source remote debugger to remotely inspect the code on different devices. By double clicking the device name that needs to be inspected, and clicking the 'Debug' button, Ghostlab opens a Chrome inspector which can inspect any item in the page of the device and manipulate the CSS and HTML. See More
Adobe Edge Inspect requires at the bare minimum, the Edge Inspect itself to be installed and a Chrome extension, just to get live-reloading and syncing for desktop. For mobile it requires additional apps to be installed from the Play Store or the App Store. See More
Setting up Adobe Edge Inspect is rather easy. The Edge Inspect application itself is needed for desktop and a chrome plugin. For mobile devices, there is the Adobe Edge Inspect mobile app which needs to be installed. Once the Inspect program is "switched on", it will start watching all devices that have Edge Inspect enabled. For mobile devices, the Inspect app will generate an authentication code which needs to be inserted into the Chrome plugin. Once that's done, the devices are synchronized. See More
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