Being able to edit code and see the changes on the fly is a big advantage when developing applications with all of the "moving parts" in today's tech stack. Simply hitting F5 doesn't cut it anymore. Everything needs to be compiled, minified, uglified, or transpiled to get your app to show up right. On the node.js side of the dev stack I have been using nodemon to watch files for changes and execute whatever functions need to be run and restart the node server for my client apps during development. nodemon ./server.js localhost 8080 Early on in the ASP.NET Core days, beta 3, I creates a nuget package called KMon that used nodemon under the covers to...
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