What is Solis?
Live Design Output that integrates seamlessly with your favourite code editor. Delivering real time, multi viewport previewing of HTML, CSS, SCSS and LESS as you write it.
Solis is a tool in the Tools for Text Editors category of a tech stack.
Who uses Solis?
Visual Studio Code, Sublime Text, Atom, Adobe Photoshop, and Brackets are some of the popular tools that integrate with Solis. Here's a list of all 8 tools that integrate with Solis.
Why developers like Solis?
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- Multiple Viewports - Effortlessly draw, resize and arrange multiple viewports that simultaneously display your live code
- Real Time Preview - Instantly preview HTML, CSS, SCSS and LESS as you write it
- Live Reload - Changes made to the files in your project are identified and automatically displayed across all viewports, saving you time
- Developer Tools - Get access to the powerful WebKit developer inspector which supports individual isolated code debugging for each viewport
- Edit Faster - Save time with quick access to all of the files in your project. With a click the files are instantly opened in your regular editing app
- Multiple Workspaces - With just a few clicks, you can store your own custom workspaces and quickly switch between them while you work
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