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.
Before you begin
Make sure you have the latest version of the
Extend your webpack configuration
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.
Add extra certificates
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: