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Arshan Khanifar
Arshan Khanifar
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ng inspector won't run on the webpages served locally

Hey guys!

I was following along with the videos and had all my code(index.html, styles, ... ) on my machine. I didn't set up a server, and after installing ng inspector, I realized it wasn't working when I clicked on it. However, it was working on the other websites that had used angular. I solved it by setting up an express webserver, and now it works. Just thought I'd post this if anyone else had the same problem as mine. :)

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Thank you for this! I've been searching around for this answer, and ended up fight back at Treehouse.