CodeKit 2.1.3 – Build websites faster and better.

Compile Everything:
Process Less, Sass, Stylus, Jade, Haml, Slim, CoffeeScript, Javascript, and Compass files automatically each time you save. Easily set options for each language.

Live Browser Reloads:
Instantly see changes in your browser, with animation and without hitting the refresh button or installing plugins. Great for tweaking layouts!

Combine and Minify:
Reduce load times by mashing Javascript and CoffeeScript files together and then minifying with Uglify.js. It,s so easy, you,ll giggle like a schoolgirl. Seriously.

Optimize Images:
Losslessly reduce JPEG and PNG file sizes with one click and see the savings. One less thing to do at deployment. (More compression options coming soon!)

JSHint and JSLint:
Makes debugging scripts fun and easy. Instantly find that one hanging comma that kills IE, or enforce coding styles and best practices across teams.

Team Collaboration:
Sync project settings across teams and computers in an open JSON format. Keep everyone on the same page or easily jumpstart new sites.

Easy Frameworks:
Keep just one copy of a file on your drive and easily use it across many projects without worrying about file paths. No more copying files into every new site.

It Just Works:
There,s nothing to install or configure. No mucking around the command line. Just run the app and start working. It,s that easy.

WHAT,S NEW

Version 2.1.3:

  • [Fixed] Excessive “Could Not Start HTTP Server” alerts no longer appear. When your network connection status changes (e.g. your Mac goes to sleep), the server now updates without restarting itself.
  • [Fixed] Android and Windows devices no longer infinitely refresh every 5 seconds.
  • [Not Fixed] Some of you use Android.
  • [Changed] The self-healing feature introduced in the last update has been removed….
  • I tested the self-healing feature on a strong, fast WiFi network. If your WiFi is laggy (e.g. a public network), the self-healing routine would repeatedly try to reconnect to CodeKit because the HTML5 websocket protocol has no way to determine if a connection is truly dead or just laggy. In version 2.1.3+, if a page loses touch with CodeKit for 15+ seconds, it will display a banner telling you that the connection is unstable, but it will NOT attempt to automatically reconnect, since the connection may not be dead.
  • Auto-refresh on remote devices really requires a solid, fast WiFi network to work well. If the network is bogged down with traffic or you’re at the edge of the router’s signal range, refreshes will probably be slow and/or unreliable.

REQUIREMENTS

OS X 10.8 or later

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