The following examples assume that you are using Lume as a Deno task.
The commands for the globally installed Lume are similar but removing the
deno task part. For example
deno task lume --serve becomes
To build your website, simply run:
deno task lume
This command compiles your documents to HTML and save them into the dest directory (usually
deno task build task as an alias.
Typically you will want to open the site in your browser so you can start a local server by adding the
deno task lume --serve
deno task serve task as an alias.
This command initializes a local web server and starts watching changes of your site. So after changing anything, Lume will rebuild the site and reload your browser automatically with the new changes. The local server use the port
3000 by default but you can change it with the
--port argument. For example:
deno task lume --serve --port=8000
To watch changes without starting a local server, use the
deno task lume --watch
deno task lume -h to show all available commands and options.