Basic CLI utility for launching a static file server from any folder
Basic static Node web server. Designed to be easy to just install and run.
Couldn't be more simple
npm install -g web-server-cli
The simplest way to run web-server-cli is to just run "web-server" from the command line.
There are several options that you can configure.
To see all available options, run
Which directory to serve static files from. Defaults to the current directory.
web-server -d ./public
Which port to listen on. Defaults to port 8000
web-server -p 3000
Which file to treat as the directory index file. Defaults to "index.html"
web-server -i index.htm
The MIT License (MIT)
Copyright (c) 2014 Will Anderson
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