How to automatically refresh your browser as you work. I honestly can't work without auto refresh anymore. Luckily, having your browser automatically refresh is really easy to do!
In this video, I explore a few different ways to do it. The first is with software such as Codekit and Prepros. After that, I look at how you can set up auto refresh using the command line with the help of node package manager - or npm. It's fairly simple to do, even if you've never used the command line before.
I've also had some other suggestions from commenters as well. If you have any others, let me know!
Atom package for a live server - https://atom.io/packages/atom-live-server
Chrome extension - https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/r3fresh/kedglhfbgkhggkbcabnggfaafboeckno
Also, using a flexbox playground can be SUPER useful as you learn, I usually use this one: http://flexboxplayground.catchmyfame.com/
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