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Local Browser

What is Local Browser ?

Local Browser is a browser built on Electron. Local Browser is peer to peer browser, which provide you facility to share you localhost with other local browser user's in just one click.

New Features! 🌟

  • Peer To Peer Browsing
  • Tab Management
  • Easy UI

What Local Browser Does ? 🌟

Local Browser works on ptp protocol, ptp stands for Peer To Peer Protocol. With Local Browser you don't need to save you website or web application on server inorder to share it, you can keep your files on your machine and can share them with others. Your web app only shared with other users till local browser has opened on your machine.

Libraries 🌟

Local Browser uses a number of API's and libraries to work properly:

  • [NodeJs] - evented I/O for the backend
  • [localtunnel] - library to tunnel localhost

Installation 🌟

Installers are available on website here. Electron requires Node.js to run.

$ cd local-browser
$ npm install
$ electron . or npm start

License

MIT

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