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AleCx042071762dany particular tutorials you are using? i never looked at nginx myself and would love to try it out :D
erandria371662d@AleCx04 I'm in the same boat, I basically did trial and error and half-ass read the docs.
I actually hated the way information is structured in some nginx docs. Like today I had to setup nginx to cache certain requests, and the stack overflow solution to my problem didn't seem to have a lot of emphasis in the nginx cache article.
But man, that's another benefit I should have mentioned in the post. You can cache certain requests for local development, so when you refresh a page it instaloads. Very benefficial for the dev cycle.
(and I guess you can fine tune that via nginx options and env vars).
also, I run it locally on docker using `--net=host` and `--rm` args. More simple than installing, running it, reloading the config, etc.
Maybe I should write a post about this.
Jilano2330862dWell, I know what to do this weekend! Thanks everyone for the links
wannabe49962dIsn't devrant run on nginx? Get the "how devrant runs on nginx" guide, would totally buy for a buck or two
Am I right in saying that this is using nginx as a reverse proxy to serve multiple services from one domain?
If anyone is using docker containers or kubernetes, then traefik is also another good option that was designed to be a reverse proxy for docker/kubernetes