Live Server

Live Server 5.7.5 Vsix File Free Download

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Updated: March 8, 2022

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You are about to download the Live Server 5.7.5 vsix file for Visual Studio Code 1.51.0 and up: Launch a development local Server with live reload feature for static & dynamic pages ...

Please note that the Live Server vsix file v5.7.5 on VsixHub is the original file archived from the Visual Studio Marketplace. You could choose a server to download the offline vsix extension file and install it.

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What Does The Extension Do >

Live Server is a free extension for VS Code published by Ritwick Dey (ritwickdey), you can install it to increase the power of your Visual Studio Code:

Launch a development local Server with live reload feature for static & dynamic pages (Launch a development local Server with live reload feature for static & dynamic pages.) Learn more >

Verify Vsix File (Size & Checksum) >

• Vsix File: LiveServer-5.7.5_vsixhub.com.vsix

• Requires: VS Code 1.51.0 and up

• File Size: 1498564 bytes (1.43 MB)

• MD5: cd9e35423eac82e2a3cc0a5fb5d2f777

• SHA1: 78e5a6cdd0d5216a22fa8401c184b15ec56d6239

• SHA256: aca7bbe3a9305e8271e3a2bbf9b781ae34cf502b7c220c9e1a0ee89025bad229

How to Install Live Server From a VSIX >

You can easily install the Live Server extension packaged in the .vsix file:

Launch VS Code, use the Install from VSIX command in the Extensions view command drop-down, or the Extensions: Install from VSIX command in the Command Palette, and point to the .vsix file (i.e. LiveServer-5.7.5_vsixhub.com.vsix).

Other vsix files for Live Server

Need old versions of ritwickdey.LiveServer? Download the old vsix files now:

  1. Live Server 5.7.4 VSIX (Updated: January 24, 2022)
  2. Live Server 5.7.3 VSIX (Updated: January 21, 2022)
  3. Live Server 5.7.2 VSIX (Updated: January 19, 2022)
  4. Live Server 5.6.1 VSIX (Updated: April 17, 2019)
  5. More Version History >

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