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You can use the anchor portion of the URL to hold client side routes, e.g. app.com/#/widget. This may or may not be an easy change to make. The alternative is to return the same HTML document when going to app.com/widget as you would going to app.com. Then JavaScript can read the path portion of the URL and route accordingly. Basically this means a 404 Not ...


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