Live reload across the stack: What it is, why you need it and how to do it

Live reloading your code - getting near instant feedback while you are coding - is a fundamental part of maintaining a rapid pace of development.


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In this talk we'll look at the best ways to implement automatic live reload across your tech stack for JavaScript, including:

Live reloading code in the backend and frontend;
- Using "watch mode" for live reload of your automated tests;
- Automatically synchronising code changes into a running Docker container and reloading it.
- There's simply no part of your development and testing process that can't be improved by automatically reloading so you can easily test your code changes.

Join software craftsman and author Ashley Davis for a tour and demonstration of configuring live reload across your stack.

Series: BrisJS

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