There's a fundamental problem in this world: localhost.
It seems like that's where all the fun happens... but it always happens alone. Isolated. Stuck on the 127.0.0.1 that no one can get to but you. In fact, that doesn't really sound like fun at all, does it?
But it doesn't have to be that way. What if every time you were about to localhost, you Internetted instead - for the whole world to see!
I'm going to take you on a journey of dynamic domains and introduce you to a new way of developing in which a magical tunnel bridges the gap between your local disk and the global network.
Using Dynamic Domains.