nodemon will watch the files in the directory in which nodemon was started, and if any files change, nodemon will automatically restart your node application. If your script exits cleanly, nodemon will continue to monitor the directory (or directories) and restart the script if there are any changes. nodemon was originally written to restart hanging processes such as web servers, but now supports apps that cleanly exit.nodemon will read the file extension of the script being run and monitor that extension instead of if there's no .nodemonignore: property.This is particularly useful if you're working with a language that isn't supported by default by nodemon.If you are upgrading from version 2.0, you should also consult the 2.0 to 2.2 upgrading document.There have been significant changes in authorization configuration, and other minor configuration changes, that could require changes to your 2.2 configuration files before using them for 2.4.
Before you install a new update in your hierarchy, like update 1610, you can test the upgrade of your site database.By default nodemon monitors the current working directory.If you want to take control of that option, use the Java Script file changes.If you are running a different version of Subversion, you are strongly encouraged to visit and instead consult the version of this documentation appropriate for your version of Subversion.), it prints only summary information about locally modified items.