I'm using Emacs (26.1, build 1, i686-w64-mingw32) on the latest version of Windows 10. Im looking to turn my Emacs into a LaTeX IDE that has a 'live preview' functionality.
Ideally I would like my latex source code on one side of the screen and the compiled PDF output on the other side of the screen. When I make changes to my source code it will automatically compile and update the PDF output in real time. Here is an illustration of what I mean.
I have already installed AUCTeX, pdf-tools and Latex-preview-pane and I have successfully compiled and previewed a PDF output file from within Emacs. But compilation must be done manually using keybindings.
How would I go about implementing the live preview in real time aspect as described above?
*edit: Apologies. As I am new to Emacs and not a programmer so I was unaware that my question was not specific or narrow enough. I haven't tried anything else other than installing the packages I referred to above. I had naïvely assumed that "latex–preview–pane" had the features I was looking for but that doesn't seem to be the case. I am not even sure what to ask to make this query more specific as I'm not too sure where to go from here. I will try asking the same question on Reddit and see how that goes. I will post back here if I find a solution