Learn how to use the
jovo run command of the Jovo CLI to test your code locally.
You can use the
jovo run command to start the development server in your
index.js file (default is port
3000), and then point the Jovo Webhook to it.
You can also specify the file you want to run:
-p: Defines the port that will be used to run the local development server. Default:
--inspect: Run debugging mode.
--stage: Specify the stage where the configuration will be taken from.
--webhook-only: Starts the Jovo webhook proxy without executing the code.
--disable-jovo-debugger: Disables the Jovo debugger.
--model-test: Activates the language model test.
--timeout: Sets timeout in milliseconds.
-r: Can be used to record requests and responses of your Jovo app for testing purposes.
--cwd: Changes the current working directory of the source code. Typically, it would be
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||Creates a webhook URL for local testing and integrates with Bespoken Analytics|
You can use the bst proxy to create a webhook URL easily:
The result should look like this:
The URL also comes with logging and analytics capabilities for prototyping and testing.
With this integration, you don't have to manually restart your server with every change you make to the application:
For this, we're using
nodemon, a neat package that monitors your app files and automatically restarts the server.