Ever wanted to share a certain directory on your network by running just a command? Then this module is exactly what you're looking for: It provides a neat interface for listing the directory's contents and switching into sub folders.
In addition, it's also awesome when it comes to serving static sites. If a directory contains an
index.html, micro-list will automatically render it instead of serving the file's content as plaintext.
Install it (needs at least node v6)
$ npm install -g micro-list
$ list [options] <path>
You can find a list of all options below.
|-h, --help||Output all available options||-|
|-v, --version||The version tag of the micro-list instance on your device||-|
|-p, --port [port]||A custom port on which the app will be running||3000|
|-c, --cache [seconds]||How long static files should be cached in the browser||3600|
|-s, --single||Serve single page apps with only one
|-u, --unzipped||Disable gzip compression||false|
- 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 -g micro-list
- Link it to the global module directory:
- Transpile the source code and watch for changes:
Yey! Now can use the
list command everywhere.