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tunnel

Description

start a tunnel to connect your local code with the app running in the development environment

Usage

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Usage: forge tunnel [options]

Options

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--verbose                                              enable verbose mode
-e, --environment [environment]                        specify the environment (see your default environment by running forge settings list)
-d, --debug                                            enable debugger mode
-f,--debugFunctionHandlers <debugFunctionHandlers...>  list of function handlers declared on manifest to debug, separated by space. This option must be specified if debug mode is enabled.  It is only used for Node runtime debugger
-p,--debugStartingPort [debugStartingPort]             starting port to use for debugging, multiple handlers will get subsequent ports. It is only used for Node runtime debugger (default: "9229")
-h, --help                                             display help for command

ngrok does not support anonymous users. Please set up your ngrok account before using Forge tunnel.

Further information

  • Debug functions using IntelliJ: This tutorial demonstrates debugging back-end Forge functions in Node.js with IntelliJ's debugger.
  • Debug functions using VSCode: This tutorial demonstrates debugging back-end Forge functions in Node.js with VS Code's debugger.
  • Tunneling: This guide explains how to debug in real-time between the local environment and the Forge platform.

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