A RoboHydra is composed of "heads", pieces of code that listen in a given path and trigger a certain behaviour when a request for that path is received. The behaviour can be: checking the incoming request, returning a static response, serving a file from the file system, proxy the request to another server, store certain data and return a canned response, etc. All these different behaviours can be combined in powerful ways to achieve the results you need.
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