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re: A crash course on serverless-side rendering with React.js, Next.js and AWS Lambda VIEW POST

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Hi,

Once I deploy this, I'm able to load the front page, but all the next resources (*.js) come back as 403, any idea why?

Thanks for your help,

 

Can you try cloning the repo and deploying it? If that works, there has to be a strange issue somewhere in your code. Compare your project to the cloned repo. Hopefully, that'll help you out. :)

 

It doesn't work when I clone it from the repo either. The only thing I've changed were the values in secret.json

On local routes work fine, except for the dynamic "_breed" route. It results in 404 Not Found.

On deploying to AWS all routes result in message: "Internal server error" ... you can check it out at ecom.ideamappers.com

 

That does not work. It gives and internal server error as soon as you try using app.render.

 

Hi - this doesn't work.

The only route that does work (without defining a specific route definition in server.js) is index.js.

Any other pages under /pages fails to render with a 404, although, they do work fine in local environment.

Perhaps there's some other settings that aren't listed in this article?

 

Hi,

I have exactly the same issue.
Where you able to solve it?

Thanks

 

FWIW, you're probably seeing issue from not deploying with custom domain and needing to have the stage in the path to access the resource, e.g.
https://XXXXX.execute-api.us-east-1.amazonaws.com/production/_next/static/YYYYY/pages/index.js is needed but https://XXXXX.execute-api.us-east-1.amazonaws.com/_next/static/YYYYY/pages/index.js is what the express response actually renders.

This explains some of issue and attempts to make it work github.com/dougmoscrop/serverless-...

as well as this: github.com/zeit/next.js/issues/6447

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