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start-server-webpack-plugin

Automatically start your server once Webpack's build completes.

travis build version downloads MIT License

Installation

$ npm install --save-dev start-server-webpack-plugin

Usage

In webpack.config.server.babel.js:

import StartServerPlugin from "start-server-webpack-plugin";

export default {
  // This script will be ran after building
  entry: {
    server: ...
  },
  ...
  plugins: [
    ...
    // Only use this in DEVELOPMENT
    new StartServerPlugin({
      name: 'server.js',
      nodeArgs: ['--inspect'], // allow debugging
      args: ['scriptArgument1', 'scriptArgument2'], // pass args to script
      signal: false | true | 'SIGUSR2', // signal to send for HMR (defaults to `false`, uses 'SIGUSR2' if `true`)
      keyboard: true | false, // Allow typing 'rs' to restart the server. default: only if NODE_ENV is 'development'
    }),
    ...
  ],
  ...
}

The name argument in new StartServerPlugin(name) refers to the built asset, which is named by the output options of webpack (in the example the entry server becomes server.js. This way, the plugin knows which entry to start in case there are several.

If you don't pass a name, the plugin will tell you the available names.

You can use nodeArgs and args to pass arguments to node and your script, respectively. For example, you can use this to use the node debugger.

To use Hot Module Reloading with your server code, set Webpack to "hot" mode and include the webpack/hot/poll or webpack/hot/signal modules. Make sure they are part of your server bundle, e.g. if you are using node-externals put them in your whitelist. The latter module requires the signal option.

License

MIT License 2016 © Eric Clemmons

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