After reading this article you will be able to deploy your app in 1 command *literally* (the setup is 5 steps though). So smash ALL of ❤️ 🔖 🛳 on your left and let's dive right in !
STEP 1 - Install PHP and Composer
brew install composer
Of course you need to have brew installed https://brew.sh/ - Its the best package manager of Mac OS
If you are on Windows,
use these links:
PHP build for Windows download - https://php.net
Composer Installation Instructions here - https://getcomposer.org/doc/00-intro.md
STEP 2 - Make Composer Install beyondCode/EXPOSE
composer global require beyondcode/expose
Now add this to your
.zshrc or .bashrc file based on whatever terminal you are using.
Then restart your terminal and type
expose to see if the command is recognized or not.
STEP 3 - Go and get yourself one of these 🍺 , cuz I believe you completed the hardest part of the journey
STEP 4 - Now create an account on https://beyondco.de/ and you will be given a token so register that with your terminal
expose token [YOUR-AUTH-TOKEN]
STEP 5 - This is the 1 line you've been waiting for ٩(^‿^)۶!
Here you go (☞ﾟヮﾟ)☞
expose share https://127.0.0.1:400 --subdomain="subd" --auth="admin:123"
This will link your local dev server running at 127.0.0.1:400 to a url subd.sharedwithexpose.com which anybody on the internet can access with the credentials.
username: admin password: 123
You can customize the subdomain and auth credentials to whatever pleases you for free unlike https://ngrok.com
Official docs https://beyondco.de/docs/
Top comments (11)
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but the content is 100% accurate bruh
😂😂😂 unfortunately this is required to encourage people to learn the actual stuff :(
Nice localhost forwarding method.
the question I have is how to keep this alive on windows even if i close the cmd
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Wow, cool method.