Monthly Archives: March 2016

So you want to test ‘localhost’ with Grunt?

In our previous blog post, we described how easy it is to connect to ngrok to allow Tenon to test your local environment. Today we’re going to add ngrok to the grunt-tenon-demo. Everything in this post is on Github and in the add-ngrok branch of the grunt-tenon-demo. To follow along this post, you need a […]

So you want to test ‘localhost’? A tutorial

One of the most frequent questions we get is “How do I test my local environment?” We love this question, because it means that the user is venturing into Extreme Accessibility. Unfortunately, Tenon doesn’t have a way to connect to someone’s local environment. But you can do this with a service like ngrok. Lets’ walk […]