Super simple node.js server which listens on process.env["PORT"] and responds to all requests with "hello world\n"
Want to see pretty graphs? Log in now!
npm install hello-world-server
|5||downloads in the last day|
|14||downloads in the last week|
|93||downloads in the last month|
|Last Published By|
|Version||1.1.3 last updated 15 days ago|
|Keywords||hello, world, server|
|Dependencies||connect, express, eyespect, yargs|
Node Hello World Server
A very simple node.js http server.
The server looks for the following when determining the server port
--port <integer>command line flag
The server responds to all requests with the content
[sudo] npm install -g hello-world-server
Once the package is installed globally, you can start it on the command line
# start the server hello-world-server
To run on a
Then connect to the server to make sure it is running. You can visit http://localhost:3000 in your browser and you should see the text
"Hello World" appear
Alternatively in the terminal you can use curl to connect to the server.
curl localhost:3000/ # you should receive "Hello World\n" back
If you have changed the server port via
process.env["PORT"] you will need to change the port in the examples above accordingly
Docker & Vagrant
You can test this server using Vagrant and Docker.
Builds a container to run a
Pull down the image and run the default command
vagrant up vagrant ssh # pull existing image docker pull nisaacson/hello-world-server # or build it yourself docker build $USER/hello-world-server . # run the server in detached mode $PORT=4545 docker run -d -i -p 4000:4545 -e PORT=4545 -t nisaacson/hello-world-server:latest # curl the server to make sure it is running...should get back "hello world\n" curl localhost:$PORT