I have smoothly deployed a VueJS app on a DO App as Static Site. App and routes works fine. But there is one major problem, when someone tries to access router link directly or refresh the page - app throws 404 error.
I have found in VueJS official documentation info that I should create catch-all fallback on the server side: HTML5 History Mode Unfortunately I have no clue how to implement it on DO App. Should it be some modification to App Spec file?
Anyone here have some solution for this problem?
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Hello @askAxolotl ,
I understand that you are experiencing a 404 error on the app due to a routing issue. You have to set the catchall_document to index.html to fix this issue. There are 2 methods to set the catchall_document.
Using Cloud panel UI: Log in and click on App > Settings >> click on component name > scroll down to Custom page > Edit Custom page and select Catchall > Enter index.html in the page name block > save
Using App Spec: You can the catchall_document to index.html in-app spec.
Here’s the documentation link which will help you in updating your app: https://www.digitalocean.com/docs/app-platform/references/app-specification-reference/ https://www.digitalocean.com/docs/app-platform/references/command-line/
We have discussed a similar issue in our community link below: https://www.digitalocean.com/community/questions/react-router-and-app-platform-problems?answer=64988 https://www.digitalocean.com/community/questions/digital-ocean-apps-spa-application
Hope this helps!
Cheers, Sri Charan