public sharing for web-based (HTTP and HTTPS) resources. These resources are easily shared with the general internet through public access points.
Peer to Public
public sharing is most useful when the person or service accessing your resources does not have
zrok running locally and cannot make use of the
private sharing mode built into
zrok. Many users share development web servers, webhooks, and other HTTP/HTTPS resources.
public sharing does not require you to open any firewall ports or otherwise compromise the security of your local environments. A
public share goes away as soon as you terminate the
zrok share command.
public shares is easy and is accomplished using the
zrok share public command. Run
zrok share public to see the command-line help and to learn how to use