singlepage-js offers a
serve command that starts a Web server and builds your application in memory and serves it. The
serve mode watches your component
and services files as well as HTML/CSS source and reloads browser after compiling changed files.
$ singlepage serve --help Usage: serve [options] Options: -p, --port <port> HTTP port -P, --https-port <port> HTTPS port -c, --cert <cert-file> HTTPS cert file -k, --key <key-file> HTTPS key file -a, --app-base <app-base> Appliction root directory. -h, --help output usage information $ cd myapp $ singlepage serve Building app components... Running in watch mode Registered /projects/myapp/server/services/EchoService.js as EchoService Starting http server on port 8080
Developing an application on
singlepage-js consists of the following major tasks:
- Customizing application look & feel
- Developing Web services
- Developing Vue.js components Details of each of these areas of development are explained in the next few sections of the documentation.