You want to run a simple local HTTP Server on your local PC. You want to test your html, js,… files locally. Here is the easiest way to do it. 1. Using SimpleHTTPServer Create your test folder, move all your html, js files to that folder. $ mkdir test $ cd test Check your python version $ python --version If you have Python version 2, run SimpleHTTPServer using $ python -m SimpleHTTPServer 1313 If you have Python version 3, using
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