Tris Tolliday
Aug 10, 2020 ⋅ 7 min read

Build an SSR web app with Firebase functions, hosting, and Svelte Sapper

Tris Tolliday Creative Technologist at Greenwood Campbell specializing in innovation in the tech industry.

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9 Replies to "Build an SSR web app with Firebase functions, hosting, and Svelte Sapper"

  1. I had an error when running `npm run dev` after doing all the changes. Console says, “sh: 1: sapper: not found”.

  2. Nvm. All good now. There was just a misplacement of the dependencies when things are being merged. Thanks for this great tutorial! Congrats!

  3. I looked at the logs and I got an error saying the port (8080) was already in use. Has anyone else experienced this?

  4. All files (css,js and images) are serving from firebase function. Is there any way by which these files not served by firebase function?

  5. when i deploy my app i gat this error. Please HELP !! :(((

    Error: ENOENT: no such file or directory, open ‘__sapper__/build/build.json’

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