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    servular

    0.0.7 • Public • Published

    servular - A simple HTTP(S) server, aimed for single page apps

    Small, compact node server to serve up any local directory. While this is aimed at single page applications, it can serve up any site big or small.

    Usage

    To use, servular should be installed globally. It can then serve up any directory just by running servular in that directory.

    npm install -g servular
    servular [options]
    

    Options

    -s or --ssl: Use HTTPS (see --key and --cert)

    -r or --redirect: When using HTTPS, use this flag to redirect HTTP/80 requests to the HTTPS service

    -k or --key [file]: Path to key file (default: key.pem)

    -c or --cert [file]: Path to cert file (default: cert.pem)

    -p or --port [number]: Specify a port (default: 443 with --ssl, otherwise 80)

    -a or --address [IP/Name]: Specify an address to use (default: 0.0.0.0)

    -v or --verbose-output: Output request info to the console

    -d or --default [file]: If requested file cannot be resolved, serve the requested page instead (default: index.html)

    Install

    npm i servular

    DownloadsWeekly Downloads

    7

    Version

    0.0.7

    License

    MIT

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    Collaborators

    • robfenlon