Servera manages and serve your local static sites.
It's heavily inspired by distra, although it's a dumbed down version without the whole
/etc/hosts configuration part.
It's been tested on both Windows and Linux, and should hopefully work on OS X too.
npm install -g servera
servera init, go to your home directory (
C:\Users\USERNAME) and edit the
.servera.json file to match your projects.
NOTE: you have to use absolute paths in the
Usage: servera [options] [command]Commands:* Serve the project. Serve the current directorylist List all projectsinit Create the ".servera.json" fileOptions:-h, --help output usage information-V, --version output the version number
$ servera myproject# >> Dir: /home/USERNAME/Dev/myproject# >> Port: 3000
$ servera .# >> Dir: /home/USERNAME/path/to/current/directory# >> Port: 9000
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