Test Craft Client/Pro From Any Non-Public Domain
As you may know, it has been possible to test drive Craft Client and Craft Pro for free by running Craft from a whitelisted domain name (craft.dev, along with a couple others). And as of today, it is now possible to try these commercial versions from any non-public domain!
“What is a non-public domain", you ask? We consider any domain that ends with “.dev", “.local", or any other unofficial/nonregistrable TLD, to be non-public, as well as other special cases such as “localhost" and IP addresses. You can view the full list of things we check in this help article.
We hope this will help even more people discover the full potential of Craft, without needing to learn how to set up custom host names or buy software such as MAMP Pro.