Travis Horn

Travis Horn

Reverse-Proxying Node.js Apps on Windows with IIS

Apr 2, 20216 min read

You can run Node.js apps on Windows with the added layer of a reverse-proxy with the built-in web service manager IIS. Together with a process manager like PM2, it’s a viable strategy to run apps for production. Why use a reverse proxy? Having a ded...

Reverse-Proxying Node.js Apps on Windows with IIS
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