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First, install Node. Then:
npm install npm install wzrd -g
Then, wzrd will say something like:
wzrd index.js server started at http://localhost:9966
You can open your browser to that.
You can then add code starting in app.js. This won't compile down to ES 5 – expects clients to support ES 6. You can check out an earlier commit of this repo - d227984628e258a2cf82fa14926b0e452fe4f5f9 or earlier - if you want support for that.
make prettier (expects you to have run
npm install -g prettier) and
eslint . before committing.
- Render saved message
- Render loaded beat
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