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Status Investigating
Categories APIs Technical
Created by Guest
Created on Sep 19, 2020

Add an option to DXC for a NodeJS server in addition to an Episerver instance

I want to have a NodeJS server running on Azure, alongside my Episerver instance.

To start, this would be a simple, naked NodeJS instance. I could do whatever I like with this.

It would be deployable apart from the Episerver instance -- I could push code to the NodeJS server independently of code to the Episerver instance.

  • Guest
    Apr 16, 2021

    This is a good idea and something that will come up more often as we push into headless and "non .Net" scenarios - we'll be looking at how to enable this and other ways of working with the Content Cloud in a more "composable" fashion.