Mount HTTP processes on subdomains

Last week, we announced path-based routing to HTTP processes. We're already finding this to be a really popular feature for people who want seperate web servers for things like APIs and streaming services.

We received a couple of requests to allow these processes to be hosted on subdomains rather than paths. So... you can now mount HTTP processes on subdomains or paths.

  • To mount a process on a subdomain just suffix the mount point with a . - for example, to mount an API server at api.yourdomain.com just enterapi..

  • To mount a process on a path, just prefix your path with a / - for example, to mount the API at domain.com/api, just enter /api as the mount point.

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