Google chrome immediately restyles a page if the css is locally stored and the file changes, no matter what editor you use.
the average web developer doesn't have the kinds of emacs hacking skills to roll their own solutions to these sorts of tasks.
As for "extending" emacs to support live-coding. It's been in there for a long, long time. SLIME has been around for 10 years and it's the new kid on the block.
It's just Clojure.
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