The start command starts our dev server, and watches for changes using Hot Module Replacement. It runs different workspace tasks through workers, such as testing, linters and any workspace tasks that are defined by the component.
If you created or added a new component, you will need to compile before running the server. If you are following along this guide, you should run
bit compile to compile your newly created components.
bit compilebit start
This will open-up your browser on localhost:3000, or any other available port, and display your workspace with your components.
Building the UI
The first time you run the start command it can take a bit of time as it needs to build the whole UI.
bit start --help or
bit start -h to get a list of available options for this command.