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I’d recommend keeping to one repo and containerising the frontend, docs site and backend.
Use the nginx base image so that you can serve the frontend and docs site from whichever url patterns you want and register the backend as an upstream server.
unicorndev31846d@LiterallyJesus sounds cool. But the reason behind me wanting to separate it into two branches is for easy and minimal maintenance. Here is a perfect example of what I wanna achieve. His both repos are separate; "/api" serves from the backend and "/" is the frontend docs hosted in netlify.
Front it with a gateway or reverse proxy.