This handler provides an easy way to serve a static website such as a Hugo application to your clients.
NOTE Static websites can quickly be created by using a project template.
The following example will make the specified application available on http://localhost:8080/.
The handler will search for index files (such as
index.html) and automatically
generate a sitemap and robots instruction file. If
those files already exist in the given web root, they will be served directly instead.
var tree = ResourceTree.FromDirectory("/var/html/my-website"); var app = StaticWebsite.From(tree); Host.Create() .Console() .Defaults() .Handler(app) .Run();
With this handler, a static website can be hosted with just a few lines of code using Docker.
If you would like to combine a static website with dynamic content such as a webservice,
you can use the handler as the
Fallback of a Layout:
var api = Layout.Create() .AddService<...>("..."); var content = Layout.Create() .Add("api", api) .Fallback(StaticWebsite.From(...)) Host.Create() .Console() .Defaults() .Handler(app) .Run();