Portzilla API Demo
We are using a NodeJS API that serves a default template.
The app is served from an Amazon EC2 instance with a Security Group that exposes port 3000.
Disable Cache is selected because we do not want to cache api responses. Use HTTP is necessary because our domain is SSL enabled but our api is not.
In your Cloudflare Dashboard, click the DNS tab and add a CNAME record pointing your desired subdomain at your server.
Ensure your service can communicate with the internet. Our service is running on an EC2 instace, so we open the service's port in our EC2 Security Policy.
Once your service is reachable, configure and install Portzilla with the following options.
Once installed, navigate to your service's Route URL. Our browser is rendering the root path of our API.