ngrok adds a new package for adding ingress to Go applications


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ngrok, the Kubernetes input controller, now has a new package that allows developers to inject input into Go applications.

Go developers can use ngrok-go to deliver their Go applications with minimal coding required, as they won’t need to configure themselves with network primitives such as IP addresses, certificates, load balancers, and ports. Calling the ngrok.Listen() function will initiate a persistent outbound TLS connection to the ngrok platform and transfer network configuration information.

Ngrok-go also separates the input from the environment in which the application is running. In other words, applications that use ngrok-go can be run anywhere and still receive traffic in the same way.

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