LiveReload is a handy tool for web-developers. Do you not use Dreamweaver alternatives for linux, or any other web development tools? If you make use of text editors to code and web browsers to preview the result, then you must be tired of constantly hitting the save button on your text editor as well as that reload button on your web browser.
LiveReload is here to your rescue. What it does is, it monitors for changes in the file system (a folder that you specify) and then automatically reloads the browser if any change is detected. Also, when you change a CSS file or image, the browser is updated instantly without even reloading the page.
How to Install LiveReload on Ubuntu?
Installing LiveReload is a pretty straightforward process in Windows, Mac and on Linux too (somewhat different though). In order to install LiveReload on Ubuntu, hit the following commands on your terminal one after another:
sudo apt-get install ruby-dev sudo gem install rdoc -V sudo gem install guard -V sudo gem install guard-livereload -V