You can get SeekWell to work with a local database using ngrok. The following links will help:
Exposing networked services
TCP tunnels allow you to expose any networked service that runs over TCP. This is commonly used to expose SSH (Yes, SSH!), game servers (e.g. Minecraft), databases and more. Starting a TCP tunnel is easy.
First, you need sign up (for free) to expose this type of services.
Step 1: Sign up
Step 2: Get your authtoken
Step 3: Install your authtoken
$ ngrok authtoken YOUR_TOKEN_HERE
Step 4: Create your secure tunnel
$ ngrok tcp port
For example, I wanna expose a MySQL database, with a port 3306:
$ ngrok tcp 3306
Then, you can see the ngrok UI in your terminal, for example:
Session Status online Account jotarios (Plan: Free) Version 2.2.8 Region United States (us) Web Interface http://127.0.0.1:4041 Forwarding tcp://0.tcp.ngrok.io:14563 -> localhost:3306 Connections ttl opn rt1 rt5 p50 p90 68 0 0.00 0.00 0.89 28.70
In this example, you can access to your database through
0.tcp.ngrok.io:14563 Easy, right?