Posts tagged with 'OmniLite'
Apr
23
a month ago

OmniLite: open-source Sciter inspector (F12 tools)

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OmniLite is a new free and open-source software with complete HTML inspector for Sciter development.

What does is differs from Omni? It only misses the TIScript debugger, everything else is there.

But it also differs for good, since now it runs on Windows and OSX.

So yeah, Sciter community in gaining an incredible piece of sotfware, and I hope that, as it is now open-source, with your help, it can become even more incredible.


For source-code and download just head to its GitHub repo.

Apr
25
1 years ago

OmniLite for OSX

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OmniLite is a handy macOS desktop tool for previewing Sciter HTML.

It's most suited for usage in conjunction with your favorite IDE/text-editor where you want to assign a keyboard shortcut to use it to preview the HTML file you are editing.

The app is signed so to avoid OSX security warnings.

Usage instructions are in the app's main screen as can be seen in the screenshot.


Download15-days trial included



PURCHASE INDIE: $14.99

PURCHASE CORPORATE: $29.99

For purchasing fill the form bellow:


Additionally, it has some cool features to speed-up Sciter development:

  • Recent file list
  • Auto-refresh file
  • TIScript console/REPL area
  • Shortcuts (refresh file, close file, ..)
  • Magic toolbox

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