With the release of
vercel dev, we provided developers with the first single-command development environment that can handle multiple services at once.
In order to open up this opportunity to an even wider range of users, we are very pleased to announce that
vercel devsupports Windows.
As of the latest version of Vercel CLI, the following terminals are supported on Windows:
- Command Prompt (cmd.exe)
- Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL)
- PowerShell (powershell.exe)
- Hyper (hyper.exe)
- Git BASH (bash.exe)
Just like on all the other operating systems, setting up your development server is as easy as running a single command:
In this example, a Next.js application is run using `vercel dev`.
npm install -g vercel
Our team is working hard to ensure Vercel CLI works on all the common operating systems (Linux, Windows, macOS and Alpine Linux).
Should you experience any bugs, please do not hesitate to contact our support team.