It's part of Ionide plugin suite. In-editor preview of web applications.
ionide-webview allows the user to override the default conventions used to run and preview web applications. To do so You need to create an
.ionide file in the root folder of Your project opened by Atom. The configuration file uses the TOML language.
Here is the default configuration values used if the
.ionide file doesn't exist or some entry is missing:
[WebPreview]linuxPrefix = "mono"command = "packages/FAKE/tools/FAKE.exe"host = "localhost"port = 8888script = "build.fsx"build = "Serve"startString = "listener started"parameters = startingPage = ""
linuxPrefix - command used as prefix on Linux / Mac - usually
command - path to
host - address of webpage displayed in WebPreview - usually
port - port of webpage displayed in WebPreview (also passed to FAKE as environmental variable)
script - FAKE build script passed to FAKE - usually
build - FAKE build target executed to start WebPreview
startString - string which needs to be printed out in standard I/O to let know WebPreview to display webpage
parameters - list of parameters passed to FAKE.exe
startingPage - webpage displayed in WebPreview - usually
build.cmd(for Windows) or
build.sh(for Linux / Max) to build projects
releasefolder and run
apm linkto create symbolic link between plugin and Atom's plugins folder
The library is available under MIT license, which allows modification and redistribution for both commercial and non-commercial purposes.
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