Had some troubles with configuring https certificate for my fresh local install of Next.js about a week ago. Luckily, I've found a way, how to deal with it.
First of all, you need to install (if not) Homebrew. Homebrew is a package manager for Mac OS. If you have it, let's install
brew install mkcert
Then we need to create new local CA (Certificate Authority):
After that we'll create certificates for
If everything is fine (usually it is), you will see something like this:
Then we need to install
local-ssl-proxy. The package will proxy all requests from https to http with given certificates which we generated before.
npm install -g local-ssl-proxy
Final step. We must start
local-ssl-proxy --source 3010 --target 3000 --cert localhost.pem --key localhost-key.pem
And then you can navigate to your server via
This guide will especially useful for those who already uses Storyblok Beta V2. They suddenly forbade
http protocol and now you can only use
https. But they made great instructions, which I've transformed into note for myself to remember.
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Does anybody know how to kill the proxy once you are finished developing? When switching projects I would get redirected to my storyblok app despite killing the dev server?