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    Two different Node apps, with two different domains, in one droplet.

    The previous accepted answer included a simple configuration using HTTP. I’ve added on this repository ([https://github.com/Franci…
    Accepted Answer: The previous accepted answer included a simple configuration using HTTP. I’ve added on this repository ([https://github.com/Franci…
    By franciscoknebel
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    Why DigitalOcean doesn't have a datacenter in Brazil?

    +1 from me too. The company I work for approves of it too.
    By franciscoknebel
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    Two different Node apps, with two different domains, in one droplet.

    Ok, this is the solution using nginx: as @jtittle mentioned, you will set up a server to act as proxy. The link provided ([https:/…
    By franciscoknebel
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    Two different Node apps, with two different domains, in one droplet.

    Ok, for instance, I have two apps running on two different ports, using forever. Using a third app, how could you make example1.com go to 127.0.0.1:3000 and example2.com go to 127.0.0.1:3001? I've seen answers talking...
    Accepted Answer: The previous accepted answer included a simple configuration using HTTP. I've added on this repository (https://github.com/FranciscoKnebel/nginx-reverseproxy (https://github.com/FranciscoKnebel/nginx-reverseproxy)) a ...
    4 By franciscoknebel Node.js MEAN DNS Networking DigitalOcean Ubuntu