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dev-proxy

2.1.2 • Public • Published

dev-proxy

Simple SSL HTTP proxy using a self-signed certificate. Intended for local development only. Based off of local-ssl-proxy.

Usage: dev-proxy [options]

Options:

  -h, --help                  output usage information
  -V, --version               output the version number
  -p --proxy <source:target>  ports to proxy
  -k --key [keyPath]          optional path to key file
  -c --cert [certPath]        optional path to cert file
  -h --host [hostname]        optional hostname

Install

npm install -g dev-proxy
# will automatically generate a self-signed cert/key 

Run

To start a proxying from port 9000 to 9001 run:

dev-proxy --proxy 9000:9001

Start your web server on the source port (9000 in the example) and navigate to https://localhost:<target-port> (https://localhost:9001 in the example). You'll get a warning because the certificate is self-signed, this is safe to ignore during development.

To create multiple proxies run:

dev-proxy --proxy 8080:8443 --proxy 9080:9443

install

npm i dev-proxy

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27

version

2.1.2

license

MIT

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github.com

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