$ ionic serve

Start a local dev server for app dev/testing

Synopsis

$ ionic serve 

Details

Easily spin up a development server which launches in your browser. It watches for changes in your source files and automatically reloads with the updated build.

By default, ionic serve boots up a development server on all network interfaces and prints the external address(es) on which your app is being served. To disable this, use --address=localhost.

Try the --lab option to see multiple platforms at once.

Option Description
--consolelogs, -c Print app console logs to Ionic CLI
--address Use specific address for the dev server
--port, -p Use specific port for HTTP
--livereload-port, -r Use specific port for live-reload
--dev-logger-port Use specific port for dev server communication
--no-open Do not open a browser window
--noproxy, -x Do not add proxies
--browser, -w Specifies the browser to use (safari, firefox, google chrome)
--browseroption, -o Specifies a path to open to (/#/tab/dash)
--lab, -l Test your apps on multiple platform types in the browser
--platform, -t Start serve with a specific platform (android, ios)

Examples

$ ionic serve -c
$ ionic serve --lab -c

API

Native

General