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Testing HTTPS in the development environment with self-signed certificates

I wrote an article explaining how to create self-signed root CA and certificates that are suited for HTTPS tests in the development environment and even created a simple Rack application to generate them from the web and made it available at Docker Hub. You can give it a try directly from the article in the last notes with a simple click of a button. Currently it only explains how to add the root CA to Linux and provides a sample nginx config. Pull requests to add instructions for other web servers (such as Apache) and operating systems (Windows, OSX) are welcome.

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