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Connecting atom to create react app

No matter what i try i cannot get atom to connect to the create react app page ( http://localhost:3000/ ). I think it's halfway connected because atom-live-server isn't working correctly either.

4 Answers

Brendan Whiting
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Brendan Whiting
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The way I recommend serving your app in development is to run npm start in your terminal. This could be a terminal built into your text editor or just the terminal that comes on your machine. Then it will probably launch your browser automatically or you open one and visit http://localhost:3000/. You should not need to use the live-server feature of Atom.

I do that. It starts create react app. It just wont load my atom files. Just has the react symbol on a dark page


How do i do that? I switched to vscode. Easier. Plus i can open terminal directly in the editor. But it does the exact same thing, bringing up the default page