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Expose is a command line tool used for creating HTTP tunnels to localhost or local network services and making them accessible from the Internet. It allows you to temporarily expose your local web server, API endpoint, or any other TCP based service to the outside world without the need for complicated network configurations or firewall rules.

With Expose, you can securely share your locally hosted websites, test webhooks, collaborate on development projects, or showcase your work to clients or colleagues without deploying it on a public server.

To use Expose, you need to install the command line tool and sign up for an account. Once authenticated, you can start creating tunnels by running a simple command with the desired subdomain and port. This creates a public URL accessible from the Internet, forwarding incoming traffic to your local service.

The tool provides additional features such as SSL encryption for secure communication, custom subdomains, password protection, and detailed logs and statistics. It also supports multiple tunnels simultaneously, allowing you to expose multiple services or endpoints at the same time.

Expose is a convenient and practical tool for developers, designers, and anyone who needs to share or demo local services quickly and securely over the Internet, making it easier to collaborate and showcase their work.

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