So I have www.theneighborhood.com.ua and listen.theneighborhood.com.ua, is there any way I can move a listen.theneighborhood.com.ua to www.theneighborhood.com.ua/listen
I don’t think so, 1 app for 1 domain (or subdomain). Or you can design 1 app with a page on /listen and another page on / which looks like 2 different apps but I think it’s not what you aim.
Why don’t you like the subdomain usage?
You can, you’d need a load balancer in front to send any request to /listen to the second app.
You’d also include /listen in the root url. There are some gotchas when building for Cordova too.
Yes, ofcourse! Just put it behind nginx with a reverse-proxy: https://docs.nginx.com/nginx/admin-guide/web-server/reverse-proxy/
I use Apache, but this is the right method. Nginx or Apache don’t care about the url schema, it just does what it’s told.
Somehwat complex is if you’re not a pretty good server admin, but the tutorials are on Youtube/Stack overflow
I’m using traefik to do just that - if your services are using docker or kubernetes, I would argue it’s a better solution than the above
But if you’re already using/familiar with nginx or Apache, they can do it well too.
Nothing with Galaxy ?