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Monday: dev tool for local app and port-forwarding


This is a GUI built with ElectronJS for the Monday project.

In case you prefer to work with the CLI version, please go on the Monday CLI repository.



What Monday can do for you?

Define a unified way to setup applications for all your developers

Run your local applications

Hot reload your applications automatically when a change is made locally

Port-forward an application locally using a remote one on Kubernetes (targeting a pod via label) or over SSH

Forward traffic of a remote application over Kubernetes, SSH or TCP locally (see example forward types)

Auto reconnect when a port-forward connection is lost

Forward multiple times the same port locally, using an hostname


Download binary

You can download the latest version of the binary built for your architecture (macOS or linux) here:


Run the app (dev)

npm run start

Package the application

npm run package

Code of Conduct

Contributor Code of Conduct. By participating in this project you agree to abide by its terms.


You can join the community Slack space to discuss about your issues, new features or anything else regarding Monday.

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