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Learning AWS and looking for guidance on how to best put this app onto the web.
I have a fairly straightforward app:
- Frontend build in Vue
- Backend built in Laravel
In hindsight, I wish I’d just used Inertia within the Laravel app but alas.
Authentication is via JWT and users are stored within the backends connected database.
What I’ve already tried:
- Using Elastic Beanstalk for Laravel hosting
- Amplify for the frontend hosting
The issue I faced was EB uses
http where as Amplify uses
https so I couldn’t get the two parts to talk to each other.
I then tried to use Router53 to make the connection (by buying a domain) but couldn’t get the connection to work.
I tried to put everything on an EC2 instance. Unfortunately, that was way too involved and my skillset isn’t yet strong enough to progress there. I don’t even know if it’s even possible.
Anyone can provide direction on how to best host this app? Its just a practice app and I’m just learning.
Thank you for your help!!
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