on node.js configure reverse proxy
if the url is dynamic, read about the response headers from the backend for the return of a statics of nginx after the request is processed by the backend (node.js)
but as you know it is not ideal for the direct impact of static
I have on the server node sticking out and gives static, while doing it faster with nginx and eats less memory, it all depends on the hands of the programmer
lavon.Turn answered on July 2nd 19 at 13:26
On the contrary, node.js perfectly located for the issuance of statics, especially with another resource.
Use network streams in order to not overload RAM and everything will be fine.