Ngrok Extensions for Visual Studio
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This extension allows you to use ngrok right from within Visual Studio. It will start a tunnel for each web application that is part of your solution.
Has been tested in Visual Studio 2015, 2017, and 2019.
From Visual Studio
Get it from the Visual Studio Gallery. From within Visual Studio:
Build from Source
Currently, usage is super-simple. All you need to do is open a solution with one or more web projects and then choose "Start ngrok Tunnel" from the "Tools" menu.
Custom ngrok Subdomains
If you have a paid ngrok account, you can make use of custom subdomains with this extension.
Specify the subdomain you would like it to use in a
Custom ngrok Subdomains with ASP.NET Core or Azure Functions
If you are using an ASP.NET Core or Azure Functions project and want to test locally, you can set the
You can also set this value in a
Feedback and Contribution
This is a brand new extension and would benefit greatly from your feedback and even your code contribution.
If you find a bug or would like to request a feature, open an issue.
To contribute, fork this repo to your own GitHub account. Then, create a branch on your own fork and perform the work. Push it up to your fork and then submit a Pull Request to this repo. This is called GitHub Flow.
Licensed under the MIT license. See the LICENSE file in the project root for more information.
Copyright (c) 2019 David Prothero