What Is Going On? Creates a http server on any port that serves static files from any path and outputs all requests (path, method, headers, body) to the console.
$ npm install wigo -g
$ wigo -h WIGO (What Is Going On) Web server that serves static files from a directory and outputs all requests to stdout. You can use it to pipe requests to other processes for analysis. This server is meant to help you during development or debugging, and is not intended for use in a production environment. Options -p, --port number Port to listen on. (6187) -d, --dir string Directory with files. (./) -f, --file string Default file when a file is not found in the directory. -s, --space string Space used for JSON.stringify. -S, --slashes Rewrites urls without trailing slashes
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Copyright (c) 2019 Jonatan Pedersen
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