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DevUtils vs ngrok: What are the differences?

DevUtils: Developer Utilities for macOS. It helps you with your tiny daily tasks with just a single click! It's totally open source and work offline; ngrok: Securely expose a local web server to the internet and capture all traffic for detailed inspection and replay. ngrok is a reverse proxy that creates a secure tunnel between from a public endpoint to a locally running web service. ngrok captures and analyzes all traffic over the tunnel for later inspection and replay.

DevUtils and ngrok can be categorized as "localhost" tools.

Some of the features offered by DevUtils are:

  • Work Offline
  • Smart detection
  • Feature rich

On the other hand, ngrok provides the following key features:

  • Expose any http service behind a NAT or firewall to the internet on a subdomain of ngrok.com
  • Expose any tcp service behind a NAT or firewall to the internet on a random port of ngrok.com
  • Inspect all http requests/responses that are transmitted over the tunnel

ngrok is an open source tool with 19.3K GitHub stars and 3.4K GitHub forks. Here's a link to ngrok's open source repository on GitHub.

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Pros of DevUtils
Pros of ngrok
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    • 25
      Easy to use
    • 10
      Super-fast
    • 6
      Free
    • 5
      Awesome traffic analysis page
    • 4
      Reliable custom domains
    • 1
      Shares service-wide metrics
    • 1
      Mobile development
    • 0
      Supports UTP And HTTPS

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    Cons of DevUtils
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      • 4
        Doesn't Support UDP
      • 1
        El tunel SSH cambia de dominio constantemente

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      What is DevUtils?

      It helps you with your tiny daily tasks with just a single click! It's totally open source and work offline.

      What is ngrok?

      ngrok is a reverse proxy that creates a secure tunnel between from a public endpoint to a locally running web service. ngrok captures and analyzes all traffic over the tunnel for later inspection and replay.

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