The "live-server" command typically refers to a lightweight development server that serves static files and provides a live reloading feature.
Using the live-server command is a convenient way to see immediate updates to your web project without having to manually refresh the browser each time you make a change. It eliminates the need to set up a separate web server or configure complex build tools.
Typically, you would navigate to the directory containing your project's files in the command line or terminal, and then execute the "live-server" command. It will display the local server address and port (e.g., "http://127.0.0.1:8080") which you can access in your web browser to view your project.
The live-server command may offer additional options for customizing the server behavior, such as specifying a different port or enabling features like proxying or directory listing. You can typically access the available options by using the "--help" flag alongside the command, like "live-server --help".