#1 - uxdOwl 2018-02-03 00:42 -
Just wanna shout out to the author and say thank you so much for this tip!
Once thing to note is that after adding the code snippet to your .json file from terminal and running source command it returns an error stating -bash command not found. I ignored this error and then ran the command live-server and it worked, launching the live server in google chrome as expected. So thank you for the tip!
#2 - Frustrated 2018-03-26 02:11 -
Wondering if anyone is willing to write an instruction (for dummies) on how to install atom live server and get it to properly work? It's not obvious to me and I'm a developer. (Giving Atom a trial, previously used Sublime 3, Brackets & Notepad++).
I have it installed, I think it is running, but it only loads a blank page and not the one I'm currently working on in Atom.
I'm three hours into trying to figure this out and am about to give up on Atom.
#2.1 - David Rolston 2018-03-26 02:27 -
It works like a web server that runs a project directory, so make sure you have a project directory setup. It isn't specifically tied to the file you are editing, but rather all the files in the project directory. This makes sense when you think about it, because it wouldn't make sense to just load an included .css file or .js script. Also make sure you are clear what port it is running on. If you hover over the Packages menu for the server, it will show you what port the server is running on.