Most of the time, the
nr1 CLI commands will just work, requiring no extra configuration. You'll be able to create Nerdpacks, Nerdlets, launchers, and visualizations without a hitch. But sometimes, you need something special for your setup.
In this guide, you'll learn how you can enable advanced configurations for your Nerdpack.
You can use our .extended-webpackrc.js file to extend your webpack 4 configuration. This allows you to add your own aliases, scripts, and configurations when locally serving or deploying your app.
When working with
nr1 behind a corporate proxy, you may see a
$nr1 create --type nerdpack --name new-nerdpackRequestError: Error: self signed certificate in certificate chain
Node uses its own certificate chain. So, if you're getting this error, you need to add your corporate certificate to Node's "root" CAs: