Designing directly in the Chrome browser

Published on September 23, 2012

I’ve made a video about a trick I discovered a few weeks ago. Basically, it’ll let you edit CSS (also JavaScript) files on the fly within the browser and save your progress from there. It’s pretty neat for immediately doing changes to the CSS files that you’re working on without copying and pasting everything manually to your editor.

Update November 16, 2012: A friend of mine sent me this Chrome Extension that lets you live reload the page whenever changes are made to your CSS files. This applies to SASS, Stylus and LESS.

I deeply apologize if I do annoying ‘ums’ and ‘so’ phrases. Still trying to the hang of this video thing :-) Thanks for watching though!