serve - Static file serving and directory listing

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Assuming you would like to serve a static site, single page application or just a static file (no matter if on your device or on the local network), this package is just the right choice for you. Once it's time to push your site to production, we recommend using Vercel.

https://npmjs.com/package/serve
https://github.com/vercel/serve

Dependencies:

@zeit/schemas : 2.6.0
ajv : 6.12.6
arg : 2.0.0
boxen : 1.3.0
chalk : 2.4.1
clipboardy : 2.3.0
compression : 1.7.3
serve-handler : 6.1.3
update-check : 1.5.2

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