Triplety
Triplety
1.0.4

4.3

Triplety free download for Mac

Triplety

1.0.4
05 November 2014

Live preview of HTML, CSS, and Javascript code.

Overview

Triplety is an HTML, CSS, and Javascript playground for Web designers and developers. With Triplety, you can save the hassle of writing boilerplate code. Your code works with live preview and live reload.

Features:

  • Built-in Preview with live reload
  • Local HTTP server with live reload for external browsers (Live reload for modern browsers including iOS4.2+)
  • Auto-completion HTML, CSS and Javascript
  • Support LESS, SCSS+Compass and CoffeeScript
  • Importing
  • CSS libraries
  • Javascript libraries
  • Resource files (e.g., PNG images)
  • Your own Triplety's project
  • Live CSSLint, JSHint
  • Beautify HTML, CSS, and Javascript
  • Exporting Triplety’s project
  • Full Retina support

What's new in Triplety

Version 1.0.4:
  • Support for OS X 10.10 Yosemite
  • Added "Toggle Comment" action

2 Triplety Reviews

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Peter-Simmons
12 December 2013

Most helpful

Has anyone used this? No demo and so don't want to potentially waste my money if its not any good
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Version 1.0.3
Lo116
21 July 2014
Basically jsfiddle in app form. I think it's really convenient, just wish you there was better extension support for themes and keyboard shortcuts or beautifying code. Also if it was saved in a folder system vs a triplety project file, then it would be better to be able work on it from multiple editors.
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Version 1.0.3
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Thehobbo
Thehobbo
03 October 2014
Agree with @Lo116. Needs better keyboard support - doesn't even like Option & arrow keys to jump word-by-word. Also agree with point about external file system - be a good option.
Really useful app - if you're offline and want to test some code it's very neat.
I like the way you can define javascript libraries (point Triplety to a file on your hard-drive that you want loaded to the page in the head, or on DOM ready or onLoad eg jQuery - although that's a bad example as it has that built in).
It handle CSS preprocessor LESS & SCSS syntax.
It can run a mini web server to try your code in your primary browser.
Beware though, it doesn't seem to have had any work done on it an ages, so not sure if the dev would like to comment on that?
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Peter-Simmons
12 December 2013
Has anyone used this? No demo and so don't want to potentially waste my money if its not any good
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Version 1.0.3
$19.99

4.3

App requirements: 
  • Intel 64
  • OS X 10.8.0 or later
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