We’ll use node-static to create the instance, first load it from npm:
$ sudo npm install node-static
Create a server.js file in your root path:
To activate your static server, run:
$ node server.js
Now you’ll have access to all your static files inside /public folder, for example home.html -> http://localhost:1331/home.html.
Kit language brings imports and variables to your HMTL layouts, improving your workflow.
Kit is a “language” included in CodeKit that allows you to import parts of HTML and compile the result as .html archives. This is very useful for keep updated your layouts in large and complex structures with several files. Continue reading
I recently had to find a system to show quickly and effective front-end work.
In my case i always separe projects into two phases: front-end and back-end. The first one is an adaptation of design to the static layouts, where i develop the structure of the files (fonts, images, css, js), layout, and functionality, etc. Thus while the client reviews this part I can start focus on next phase.
Normally we are used to working with remote servers (often shared servers), and upload the files via FTP or version control (SVN or git) … But sometimes you have to wait until you get the access to the server (from the client or the agency) which makes the work process more tedious.