No no, not what it renders on 404. What it does on 404
Here at FINN small jobs, we’re huge fans of Vue.js. So, when we started reading about Nuxt.js, we got really excited, and quickly added it to our stack. In order to keep our React and JSP pages alive, however, we had to find a way to make it proxy to those pages when they’re requested. So, we tore Nuxt down, took away its 404 rendering, and injected our own logic to proxy when there’s nothing to render. Here’s how you can too!
Nuxt is a framework built…
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