Briefly put: I want the exact same behavior as `Debugger > Live Edit` provides, with the exception that it should also update whenever some application (e.g. a java application) writes to a .html file.
Can this be achieved in WebStorm?
Can I somehow force update/reload the webbrowser to display the file changes like the `Debugger > Live Edit` is able to?
Why I want this
I have a markdown file that is occasionally compiled and written to a .html file by my java application. Whenever the .html file is written to by my java application, I would like the webbrowser page to reload/update -- just as if I were to manually edit the .html file myself.
What I actually want
The webbrowser to reload/'display the changes of' the .html file that were just written to by some third party application.