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Quick post on the steps necessary to use a virtual hostname rather than localhost and port number via POW even when using Brunch.
However, one thing that bugged me was that the included server was only accessible at localhost:3333 when running in development. Ugly, for a POW user like myself. There had to be a way to make it work under a virtual hostname.
Turns out there is a very simple way of doing it in POW since 0.4.0 as outlined here:
Basically create a file with the port number in it under ~/.pow where the filename is the virtual hostname you want, but minus the ".dev". Then you, once you start up the server with "brunch w --server", you can access your project with "filename.dev" in the browser.
The hardest part of this was searching for the answer!