Test Paddle webhooks locally
Steps to test Paddle webhooks locally
Step 1: Download LocalXpose
Step 2: Make your Paddle webhook ready to receive requests (e.g.
Step 3: Run LocalXpose form your terminal and point it to your Paddle local webhook.
$ loclx tunnel http --to http://localhost:3030
This command will generate a publicly accessible address (e.g.
https://paddle.loclx.io) that you can use to test your Paddle webhook.
Access your infrastructure securely without configuring the cloud
LocalXpose will create a secure tunnel to your network, so you can focus on your most important work.
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