To work properly, you need an installed IIS and a path from the root.
If this diversity is not enough, you can always find more
Show the client the result of their work, from your computer in the absence of a dedicated IP
This thing rescued me many times. It works on top of SSH, creates a subdomain by which the client can see your web application. It works quite slowly. But it works. This is the main thing. There is something similar, but paid.
Pre-download the binary from the official site. Go to the folder with the binary. We carry out.
./ngrok http 3000
In response, the service will send the domain for which the application is available from outside.
Using command line aliases to work with git.
Oh-my-zsh has a great plugin that allows you to work with git. It also creates aliases for frequently used commands. To view a complete list of abbreviations and their transcripts can be done like this.
alias | grep git
This is only a small part of what I really use. If this topic is interesting, I will definitely write the second part.
Goodies from the comments
ungit – GUI with git
localtunnel.me is another thing for linking an external domain via SSH, an analogue of ngrok
In bash, you can also use the syntax **, for this you need to update the version of Bash to 4.x and enable the necessary option (shopt -s globstar)
Update 1: fixed bugs, now everything should work fine
Update 2: Added a section with user hacks
I love tricks and lifehacks. Every time I am glad when I manage to simplify the next routine operation. And since I have been working as a web programmer for 8 years now, I have programmer routine operations and life hacks. This is what I want to share with you.
Some of the tricks before me have already been described in Habré, some I took from other sources, some I invented myself. I would be grateful if in the comments to the post you write what tricks you use.