Month: March 2017

Easier Webhook Testing with ngrok

Picture this scenario :

You have built a web app that has webhooks from other service. But everytime you want to test it out, you have to deploy your app, and keep a look out on your logs as the request trickles in. 

or

You are working with a mobile developer in-house, and you both want to test an API. You deploy the app, even if it is a minute change and then wait to see if all works properly. 

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