Recommended way to deploy Quasar app inside of existing website on IIS



  • We have a large legacy website with various technologies in use - running on IIS. The thought is to build a Quasar app and - well, drop it in. What would be the recommended way to do that? An iFrame? Any other thoughts?



  • @FrankRuss you described many details and everything is known about your needs and existing solutions 🙂 , so let me just suggest two things:

    1. Application Request Routing - ARR - with rewrite and ideally plan to use some kind of reverse proxy on the front (OpenResty/nginx)

    2. instead of iis session id use access tokens and keep them in the database (of course one of that various tachnologies must be some kind of API/WebService)

    And one comment - maybe instead of integration of quasar into your app, it would be easier in long term to build your apps in quasar and then integrate your old apps into it. How? Make some kind of layout/outer wrapper shell and put your apps as iframes or anything in quasar tabs/layouts. Initially you could make login form and then app hierarchy. When you will have a proper authentication/authorization with your old apps, everything should be easier.



  • @qyloxe said in Recommended way to deploy Quasar app inside of existing website on IIS:

    @FrankRuss you described many details and everything is known about your needs and existing solutions 🙂 , so let me just suggest two things:

    1. Application Request Routing - ARR - with rewrite and ideally plan to use some kind of reverse proxy on the front (OpenResty/nginx)

    2. instead of iis session id use access tokens and keep them in the database (of course one of that various tachnologies must be some kind of API/WebService)

    And one comment - maybe instead of integration of quasar into your app, it would be easier in long term to build your apps in quasar and then integrate your old apps into it. How? Make some kind of layout/outer wrapper shell and put your apps as iframes or anything in quasar tabs/layouts. Initially you could make login form and then app hierarchy. When you will have a proper authentication/authorization with your old apps, everything should be easier.

    Yes - your last comments are basically what we want to do. We are not looking to integrate Quasar into some other app. We are looking to create New Quasar apps and drop into an existing legacy website.


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