I’ve used Concurrently to run my React frontend at the same time as my Express backend with something like the line written below. I always have a client folder with my react app, and a server folder with my express code
"concurrently \"nodemon server/server.js\" \"npm run start --prefix client\""
now I’m trying to learn flask and run my frontend at the same time as my Flask backend with the line below. I have the same folder format with client having my react app and the server folder with my flask app
"concurrently \"npm run start --prefix client\" \"cd server/venv flask run\""
however when I run the code above, the console outputs "cd server/venv flask run exited with code 0". I am wondering if it is possible to run my react and flask at the same time with concurrently or is there a better way I should be running this? Let me know if I should edit to better explain something.
If this ever helps anyone:
"concurrently \"npm run start --prefix client\" \"cd server/venv && flask run\""
I forgot to add the "&&" before "flask run"
Answered By – sinafarheidar12
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