You can host your website on Android! Here's how.

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    Hosting your website or blog from your pocket sounds fun? This blog post will describe how you can turn your Android device into a web server which can be accessed from a public URL or your own domain. We will be using Termux, which is an Android terminal emulator on which we can run a web server such as a Node.js http-server, and Pinggy for obtaining public URLs for accessing that server.

    Receive and test webhooks on localhost

    Webhooks are an essential part of modern web development, enabling web applications to receive and respond to real-time events and data from other services and platforms. However, testing and developing webhooks can be challenging, especially if you need to receive them on a local development server. In this blog post, we will explore how to use pinggy to receive webhooks on your local development environment. Overview of Before jumping in we will have a brief overview of Pinggy.

    Top 10 Ngrok alternatives in 2024

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    Ngrok is an ingress-as-a-service that provides tunnels facilitating instant ingress to your apps in any cloud, private network, or device. Using Ngrok tunnels you can share your website / app from your localhost. It has many other use cases, such as connecting to IoT devices behind NAT and firewall, receiving webhooks, debugging HTTP requests, and more. Recently, ngrok has expanded its offerings to API gateway, firewall, and load balancing to host on-premise apps and services.