mkcert: valid HTTPS certificates for localhost
The web is moving to HTTPS, preventing network attackers from observing or injecting page contents. But HTTPS needs TLS certificates, and while deployment is increasingly a solved issue thanks to the ACME protocol and Let's Encrypt, development still mostly ends up happening over HTTP because no one can get an
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@thomasmey @Couchstuff this is a really big problem. I started coding with freecodecamp and for a challenge the location api is needed. But (i guess all) Browser deliver these api just over https. It was a struggle to find a development server which handels https nicely. (ended up with a modified python http server)
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