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elm-server

1.0.0 • Public • Published

elm-server

An npm package for compiling, serving, and hot-reloading Elm code.

Installation

$ npm install -g elm-server

Getting started

By default elm-server will direct produce and serve an html file in your current directory.

$ elm-server path/to/Main.elm

Usage

  Usage: bin [options] <inputFile> [inputFiles...]
 
  Options:
 
    -h, --help               output usage information
    -V, --version            output the version number
    -o, --output <path>      Path to elm-make output [index.html].
    -s, --start-path <path>  Initial path when opening browser.
    -w, --watch <directory>  Path to served directory.  Defaults
                              to directory of output file path.
output

In most cases you'll want to specify an output file path in your project's assets directory.

$ elm-server src/elm/Main.elm --output assets/index.html
watch

Specifying a watched directory is useful when you want to serve assets in development which aren't generated from elm-make, like images and css.

$ elm-server src/elm/Main.elm --output assets/html/index.html --watch assets

This will allow elm-server to serve all files in the assets directory.

start-path

The initial path opened in the browser on start, for convenience.

$ elm-server src/elm/Main.elm \
    --output assets/js/elm.js \
    --watch assets \
    --start-path html/index.html

Programmatic Usage

In addition to providing a cli, elm-server can also be called programmatically.

const elmServer = require('elm-server');
 
elmServer('src/elm/Main.elm', {
  output: 'assets/js/elm.js',
  watch: 'assets'
});

or in the case of multiple entrypoints,

const elmServer = require('elm-server');
 
elmServer(['src/elm/Main1.elm', 'src/elm/Main2.elm']);

Install

npm i elm-server

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Version

1.0.0

License

MIT

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