Expose a port publicly

You can expose a public url for a port on localhost to do things like hit other services or share your work with a team or friend.

NOTE: this is deprecated for now. We plan to bring it back before the end of October 2022.

If you're accessing your localhost url such as 3000-jelly-brevdev.brev.sh, you'll notice it requires your password.

If you want to remove auth to use Postman, consume the endpoint in your frontend, or just show your mom what you built, you can do so in the .brev/ports.yaml added to every Brev workspace.


Add the port you wish to expose in the list and that's it!

Note: the version field is optional. It could be useful if you choose to commit this to your project repo.