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    Adhoc: the Web Dev's Lil' Helper

    Start a web server in that directory. This instant!
    (like python -m SimpleHTTPServer on steroids)

    ## Main Benefits
    • Start a lightweight web server from anywhere with a single command
    • No need to repeatedly press [F5] (reload) or even start your browser!
    • Instantly see changes to web pages after saving an asset (simultaneously from multiple browsers!)
    • View most pertinent server log information at a glance
    • Navigate to a local WIP web site from your browser

    Simple Installation:

    npm -g install adhoc

    How to Use:

    $ ls
    index.html style.css script.js image.png
    $ adhoc
    The adhoc server is now hosting c:/wip-site/ at http://localhost:80/
    Started live reload server on port 35729
    Hit CTRL-C to stop the servers. Launching your default browser...
    GET 200  54ms - 11.16kb /
    GET 200   9ms -  5.20kb /style.css
    GET 200  45ms - 97.63kb /script.js

    Edit index.html, script.js, style.css, or image.png... watch all your browsers refresh automatically!

    Usage Instructions:

    adhoc [options] [path]
      -n, --nobrowser       supress automatic browser launch
      -v, --verbosity=NUM   server log level 0 to 4             [default: 3]
      -p, --port=NUM        port to use                         [default: 80]
      -r, --noreload        supress live reload
      -c, --nocolors        supress colors
      -t, --ttl=SECONDS     browser cache time (in seconds)     [default: 0]
      -i, --index=FILENAME  default index filename              [default: index.html]
      -h, --help            display this help

    Copyright John-Kim Murphy

    Based on http-server


    npm i adhoc

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