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NGROK. How to share localhost on a network without deploying

This article will demonstrate one of ways to share the results of your work available on localhost with the world.

Problem

Let’s say we have a React app that is running on localhost:3000 and:

  • you want to share your current results with the designer/PM/team-lead/etc. for a review;

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Artem Diashkin

Artem Diashkin

Java, Spring, Node.js, AdonisJs, React.js and Flutter developer

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