LiveEdit issue with Angular - After page refresh it stop working Follow
I am using WebStorm 2021.1
I have angular app and the following debug configurations:
"start": "ng serve",
"build": "ng build",
"watch": "ng build --watch --configuration development",
"test": "ng test"
To debug the app, I do the following steps:
1. I click here
2. Then I click on this url while holding CTRL+SHIFT
At this point, live edit works great.
When I click on something in the code, I see the part highlighted in chrome window
The issue is that once I changed the HTML code, it refresh the page and this is fine.
The problem is that after the page refreshed, the live edit functionality not working anymore.
I mean that it will no longer highlight the selected element in chrome.
The same issue is also if I refresh the page myself. In any case, after page refresh (that can be triggered automatically or directly in chrome), this feature no longer works.
Any way to solve it?
I searched if anyone reported about it before but I found nothing
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Live Edit only works for simple HTML apps - dynamic DOM changing, all sorts of web components (Angular, React, Vue, etc), templates and routing are not supported. For complex frameworks like Angular live reload is implemented on the server end - once you change your components code/template/etc. and save changes, the application is (partially) re-built and the pages are reloaded. This is Angular cli that takes care of this - when using
ng serveto run the app hot reload is enabled by default
>To debug the app, I do the following steps:
See Angular | IntelliJ IDEA (jetbrains.com)
Thanks for the help.
But you got me wrong.
I am doing what you said.
I am holding CTRL+SHIFT and click on the URL.
It works. But after I did some change, it reload the page and after it reloaded the page, LiveEdit no longer works.
I can't see what I selecting anymore.
You say that this is how it is and there is no support for it?
I really want it to work always (also after page reload)
>I am doing what you said.
No, not exactly. You are _debugging_ the Angular CLI Server run configuration; you shouldn't do it, just run it
>You say that this is how it is and there is no support for it?
Yes, as I wrote, Live Edit doesn't work for Angular
Is there some other way to enable the live edit functionality for Angular?
If not than I really want that you add support also for Angular.
No way; and it doesn't seem to worth efforts as, as I wrote above, the live reload for Angular is done on the server end, i.e. the page is updated instantly once you change the code
You are right.
But after the page reloaded, I can't see anymore what I select like this: