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vite 5.0.12

Native-ESM powered web dev build tool
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3
issues
1
high severity
meta
1
2
moderate severity
vulnerability
2
3
licenses
46
MIT
1
ISC
1
BSD-3-Clause
Package created
21 Apr 2020
Version published
19 Jan 2024
Maintainers
5
Total deps
48
Direct deps
4
License
MIT

Issues

3

1 high severity issue

high
via: esbuild@0.19.12
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2 moderate severity issues

moderate
Recommendation: Upgrade to version 5.0.13 or later
via: vite@5.0.12
Recommendation: Upgrade to version 5.0.13 or later
via: vite@5.0.12
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Licenses

MIT License

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OSI Approved
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modify
distribute
sublicense
private-use
Cannot
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Must
include-copyright
include-license
46 Packages, Including:
@esbuild/aix-ppc64@0.19.12
@esbuild/android-arm64@0.19.12
@esbuild/android-arm@0.19.12
@esbuild/android-x64@0.19.12
@esbuild/darwin-arm64@0.19.12
@esbuild/darwin-x64@0.19.12
@esbuild/freebsd-arm64@0.19.12
@esbuild/freebsd-x64@0.19.12
@esbuild/linux-arm64@0.19.12
@esbuild/linux-arm@0.19.12
@esbuild/linux-ia32@0.19.12
@esbuild/linux-loong64@0.19.12
@esbuild/linux-mips64el@0.19.12
@esbuild/linux-ppc64@0.19.12
@esbuild/linux-riscv64@0.19.12
@esbuild/linux-s390x@0.19.12
@esbuild/linux-x64@0.19.12
@esbuild/netbsd-x64@0.19.12
@esbuild/openbsd-x64@0.19.12
@esbuild/sunos-x64@0.19.12
@esbuild/win32-arm64@0.19.12
@esbuild/win32-ia32@0.19.12
@esbuild/win32-x64@0.19.12
@rollup/rollup-android-arm-eabi@4.17.2
@rollup/rollup-android-arm64@4.17.2
@rollup/rollup-darwin-arm64@4.17.2
@rollup/rollup-darwin-x64@4.17.2
@rollup/rollup-linux-arm-gnueabihf@4.17.2
@rollup/rollup-linux-arm-musleabihf@4.17.2
@rollup/rollup-linux-arm64-gnu@4.17.2
@rollup/rollup-linux-arm64-musl@4.17.2
@rollup/rollup-linux-powerpc64le-gnu@4.17.2
@rollup/rollup-linux-riscv64-gnu@4.17.2
@rollup/rollup-linux-s390x-gnu@4.17.2
@rollup/rollup-linux-x64-gnu@4.17.2
@rollup/rollup-linux-x64-musl@4.17.2
@rollup/rollup-win32-arm64-msvc@4.17.2
@rollup/rollup-win32-ia32-msvc@4.17.2
@rollup/rollup-win32-x64-msvc@4.17.2
@types/estree@1.0.5
esbuild@0.19.12
fsevents@2.3.3
nanoid@3.3.7
postcss@8.4.38
rollup@4.17.2
vite@5.0.12

ISC License

Permissive
OSI Approved
This is a human-readable summary of (and not a substitute for) the license. Disclaimer.
Can
commercial-use
modify
distribute
Cannot
hold-liable
Must
include-copyright
include-license
1 Packages, Including:
picocolors@1.0.1

BSD 3-Clause "New" or "Revised" License

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OSI Approved
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Can
commercial-use
modify
distribute
place-warranty
Cannot
use-trademark
hold-liable
Must
include-copyright
include-license
1 Packages, Including:
source-map-js@1.2.0
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Direct Dependencies

4
All Dependencies CSV
β“˜ This is a list of vite 's direct dependencies. Data on all dependencies, including transitive ones, is available via CSV download.
NameVersionSizeLicenseTypeVulnerabilities
esbuild0.19.1229.37 kBMIT
prod
1
fsevents2.3.322.27 kBMIT
prod optional
postcss8.4.38193.21 kBMIT
prod
rollup4.17.22.17 MBMIT
prod

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Frequently Asked Questions

What does vite do?

Vite is a powerful, next-generation frontend build tool for web development. It's designed to provide a significantly improved development experience by offering instant server starts, lightning fast Hot Module Replacement (HMR), rich features including a universal plugin interface, and fully typed APIs for enhanced productivity. The tool's French-name, meaning 'fast,' underscores its emphasis on speed, a feature achieved by serving source files over native ES modules.

How do you use vite?

To use Vite, you would need to install the tool and initialize your project. First, you can install the Vite package globally to your system by running npm install -g create-vite. Once installed, you can initialize a new project by using the command create-vite my-project, where 'my-project' is the name of your new project. Then, go to your project directory by typing cd my-project, and start your development server by using the command npm run dev. Your project is now running locally and you can perform tasks such as coding and testing. Vite also provides you with a production-ready build command (npm run build) to bundle your code with Rollup, generating highly optimized static assets for deployment.

npm install -g create-vite
create-vite my-project
cd my-project
npm run dev

Where are the vite docs?

The full documentation for Vite is available online for consultation and learning. You can learn more about Vite's features, its plugins API, JavaScript API, and many other relevant topics at the following link: Vite Documentation.