I’ve gone through this tutorial:
…and setup my app proxy as follows:
If I test the following URL https://jspizza.myshopify.com/apps/my-app-proxy/app_path/
…I receive a 404.
Should that redirect to this url?:
There can be two possibilty:-
1) remove app_path and then check.
2) Have you created route for this. if not then please create one and then check.
1) still gives me a 404
2) I’ve not created a route. I’m not sure how to create a route to the app proxy or how that piece works. The Shopify App Proxy documentation is lacking in that area.
Which language you are using to develop this. Laravel,codeignter or any other.
Just in case it helps some people, as I was banging my head against the wall on this. I was using a local dev environment to test the Shopify App signup and App page processes, which work fine as the requests come from directly your browser.
The app-proxy, on the other hand, involves Shopify's backend (not your browser) making an HTTP request to your Proxy URL to download the contents of your page.
In my case, the Proxy URL I was using was not publicly accessible, so once I switched to use Ngrok it worked fine.
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