rabbit_rabbit
rabbit_rabbit14mo ago

Serve Fresh over HTTPS locally

How can I serve Fresh over HTTPS locally? In node I might generate certs and do
https.createServer({
key: fs.readFileSync(path.join(__dirname, '..', 'certs/localhost.key'), 'utf8').toString(),
cert: fs.readFileSync(path.join(__dirname, '..', 'certs/localhost.crt'), 'utf8').toString(),
}).listen(8000)
https.createServer({
key: fs.readFileSync(path.join(__dirname, '..', 'certs/localhost.key'), 'utf8').toString(),
cert: fs.readFileSync(path.join(__dirname, '..', 'certs/localhost.crt'), 'utf8').toString(),
}).listen(8000)
What would the equivalent be for Fresh? Thanks in advance!
3 Replies
rabbit_rabbit
rabbit_rabbit14mo ago
In case anyone else runs into this, my workaround was to update my main.ts file to conditionally call serveTls like so
/// <reference no-default-lib="true" />
/// <reference lib="dom" />
/// <reference lib="dom.iterable" />
/// <reference lib="dom.asynciterable" />
/// <reference lib="deno.ns" />

import { ServerContext, start } from "$fresh/server.ts";
import { serveTls } from "https://deno.land/std@0.184.0/http/server.ts";
import manifest from "./fresh.gen.ts";

import twindPlugin from "$fresh/plugins/twind.ts";
import twindConfig from "./twind.config.ts";

const port = parseInt(Deno.env.get("PORT") || "8000", 10);

const opts = { port, plugins: [twindPlugin(twindConfig)] };

if (Deno.env.get("RUN_HTTPS") === "https://localhost:8000") {
const ctx = await ServerContext.fromManifest(manifest, opts);
await serveTls(ctx.handler(), {
port,
certFile: "./local-certs/localhost.crt",
keyFile: "./local-certs/localhost.key",
});
} else {
await start(manifest, opts);
}
/// <reference no-default-lib="true" />
/// <reference lib="dom" />
/// <reference lib="dom.iterable" />
/// <reference lib="dom.asynciterable" />
/// <reference lib="deno.ns" />

import { ServerContext, start } from "$fresh/server.ts";
import { serveTls } from "https://deno.land/std@0.184.0/http/server.ts";
import manifest from "./fresh.gen.ts";

import twindPlugin from "$fresh/plugins/twind.ts";
import twindConfig from "./twind.config.ts";

const port = parseInt(Deno.env.get("PORT") || "8000", 10);

const opts = { port, plugins: [twindPlugin(twindConfig)] };

if (Deno.env.get("RUN_HTTPS") === "https://localhost:8000") {
const ctx = await ServerContext.fromManifest(manifest, opts);
await serveTls(ctx.handler(), {
port,
certFile: "./local-certs/localhost.crt",
keyFile: "./local-certs/localhost.key",
});
} else {
await start(manifest, opts);
}
rabbit_rabbit
rabbit_rabbit14mo ago
To make your own certificates for localhost, these instructions work nicely: https://letsencrypt.org/docs/certificates-for-localhost/
Certificates for localhost
Sometimes people want to get a certificate for the hostname “localhost”, either for use in local development, or for distribution with a native application that needs to communicate with a web application. Let’s Encrypt can’t provide certificates for “localhost” because nobody uniquely owns it, and it’s not rooted in a top level domain like “.co...
Mark G
Mark G14mo ago
I highly recommend mkcert as the easiest way to create certs for localhost... https://github.com/FiloSottile/mkcert
GitHub
GitHub - FiloSottile/mkcert: A simple zero-config tool to make loca...
A simple zero-config tool to make locally trusted development certificates with any names you&#39;d like. - GitHub - FiloSottile/mkcert: A simple zero-config tool to make locally trusted develo...