How it works
When running the
ns command, a temporary directory gets created. Within that directory, now-serve will insert a brand new
package.json that conforms to now’s requirements and therefore contains a start script that runs a new instance of list when being executed on our servers.
All of this happens completely automatically. So after running the command, the only thing you need to do is wait a few seconds until your files have been deployed and share the link! :boom:
Install it (needs at least node v6)
$ npm install now-serve -g
$ ns <file | dir> [options]
You can find a list of all options below.
|-h, –help||Output all available options|
|-V, –version||The version tag of the now-serve instance on your device|
|‑c, ‑‑cmd [command]||The command that should be run when starting|
|-n, –name [name]||The name for your deployment|
|‑p, ‑‑packages <names>||Custom packages to add to dependencies:
||A string containing arguments that will be passed on to now:
|-s, –single||Serve single page apps with only one
- Fork this repository to your own GitHub account and then clone it to your local device
- Uninstall now-serve if it’s already installed:
npm uninstall now-serve -g
- Link it to the global module directory:
- Transpile the source code and watch for changes:
Yeeha! Now can use the
ns command everywhere.