_redirects Proxying for Angular framework

Hi,

For Angular projects, you must configure a URL rewrite to redirect all URLs to the index.html file.

See:

For the “Routing” to work properly, it is important to implement a “rewrite” rule on your hosting platform so that all the “routes” return the same index.html file produced in the dist folder during the "build " (thread construction).
Otherwise, by directly accessing a “route” of the application, the user would get a 404 error.

The Proxying method is not supported for now, it is possible to add this feature soon?

Currently Angular projects are not 100% functional with Cloudflare Pages…

Example of _redirects

/:lang/*                      /:lang/index.html                   200

If I’m understanding your request correctly, you should be able to accomplish this by simply not including a 404.html in your project, and only an index.html. Pages should then use its SPA routing:

Or do you mean multiple different index.html files depending on subfolders?

This is already the case, my project does not have a 404.html file

Yes, when the Angular project is configured with internationalization, the build phase will create as many static sites as there are languages in the subfolders:
dist/project-name/fr/
dist/project-name/en/
etc…

My project structure:

dist
└── project-name
    ├── _redirects
    ├── en
    │   ├── 3rdpartylicenses.txt
    │   ├── assets
    │   │   ├── logo-white.svg
    │   │   └── logo.svg
    │   ├── favicon.ico
    │   ├── index.html
    │   ├── main.dc438e4ad93f3d58.js
    │   ├── polyfills.ca188808501e52f4.js
    │   ├── runtime.31f4cb431c3288bd.js
    │   └── styles.ef46db3751d8e999.css
    ├── fr
    │   ├── 3rdpartylicenses.txt
    │   ├── assets
    │   │   ├── logo-white.svg
    │   │   └── logo.svg
    │   ├── favicon.ico
    │   ├── index.html
    │   ├── main.dc438e4ad93f3d58.js
    │   ├── polyfills.ca188808501e52f4.js
    │   ├── runtime.31f4cb431c3288bd.js
    │   └── styles.ef46db3751d8e999.css
    └── robots.txt