How to Use elm-live with Visual Studio Code
Today is a quick tip on how to use
elm-live. I highly recommend this tool as it speeds up the development process.
elm-live is a local server for Elm. It is similar to
elm-reactor, but it gives you a live reloading in addition to a local web server.
npm for installation, so you’d need NodeJs installed.
You can install
elm-live either globally or locally:
I personally prefer a local installation for each Elm project.
If installed globally, you can run it using the following command:
To run locally you can call
elm-live like this:
Once running, you can access your application at http://localhost:8000. If you’ll change your Elm code,
elm-live will rebuild the project and will reload a page.
This is a tool that makes working with Elm easier.