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+ - Live hot-code reloading with Chromium browser on Linux->

Submitted by opensas
opensas (2538152) writes "Google Chrome Workspaces alows you to edit you javascript and css files right from your browser, and having them automatically updated on your file system and viceversa.

Unfortunately, getting it to work on Chromium browsers on Linux is not as easy as it should.

Here's a detailed step-by-step tutorial to start playing with this marvellous tools on your favourite operating system."

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