I am developing a public app on a development store. When I try to access the app proxy on this store, it always redirects me to the /password page. I have seen this mentioned on the forums before but never with an answer, so sorry if I have missed something.
I need to access this app from a different app of mine, so I set up an app proxy on my development store, and I have set up my localhost with Ngrok. However, when I try to access the app proxy, whether it is from my other app, the browser, or Postman, I always get redirected to the /password page.
I have a developer store that is password protected by default: https://my-example-shop.myshopify.com
I have a Laravel app running on my localhost, tunneled with Ngrok: https://example.ngrok.io. Accessing my app directly with the Ngrok URL works correctly.
I have set up an app proxy with the following:
Subpath prefix: apps
Proxy URL: https://example.ngrok.io
In the development store, the App Proxy URL shows as https://my-example-shop.myshopify.com/apps/proxy
However, when I enter that URL, it receives a 302 status, then redirects to https://my-example-shop.myshopify.com/password.
Ngrok does not show any attempts to access my app.
My laravel app is using this package: https://github.com/osiset/laravel-shopify and works correctly inside the store.
How am I supposed to access my app via the App Proxy if it always redirects to /password?
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