Fantastically detailed, thanks for sharing.
Nick Boyce

Thanks Nick! So at present, we have an Express server and a Rails server in tandem. All routes are processed through the Express server, and if they don’t match any of the Express routes, we proxy through to the Rails server and serve the page from there. This is because we haven’t yet ported all of our views away from Rails yet, so we need this functionality still. Hope that makes sense

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