I am currently in the process of making a blog website, writers for this website have the ability to upload AMP HTML files and the assets required for does files to work. Both the html file and their assets get sent to our CDN.
Now, when a client visits the website in the link example.com/13215 the server gets the parameter 13215 and checks what post it refers to in the database and retrieves the link to the HTML file. How can I send this HTML file to the front end with Node.js/Express.js even though it is a remote file.
Just copy pasting the URL into
response.render() functions just throws errors. I thought about reading the file contents then writing them to a file then sending them to the client but I don't think that's a good idea performance wise.
Is there a way to achieve this?