Proxy requests to remote servers locally while also allowing for an express middleware to be provided and applied to all requests.
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📖 Table of Contents
- Proxy requests to remote servers locally.
- Add an express middleware applied to all requests.
npm i @americanexpress/one-app-dev-proxy -D
Look at the different
options you can use under the API section.
oneAppDevProxy( [options] )
provide the options below to start the mock services.
provides the option of whether to apply provided middleware to
path to a file exporting an express middleware function by the HTTP_PROXY environment variable.
Configuration object containing paths
one-app-dev-proxy should serve and where requests coming to those paths should be proxied to. Used if
pathToMiddleware is not provided.
Note: one-app-dev-proxy respects the
no_proxy environment variables and will use those accordingly when making
requests to remotes provided in the
📜 Available Scripts
npm run build
Builds the module into the
eslint and unit tests on the current branch.
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