Using Caddy with AMP

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To use Caddy with AMP you can download the latest version from or compile it yourself.

The configuration file below is experimental but should work, just change the domain at the top to yours. Caddy automatically handles Let’s Encrypt certificates and requires port 80 or 443 to complete the challenge.

The configuration file should be named Caddyfile and is put in the same directory as the executable. Run caddy fmt --overwrite to format the Caddyfile. Caddy will then automatically load it. You can start Caddy with the start command

Linux example configuration {
    @proxyamp {
        not path /shared/*
    reverse_proxy @proxyamp localhost:8080

    route /shared/* {
        root * /opt/cubecoders/amp/shared/WebRoot/
        uri strip_prefix /shared
    handle_errors {
        @502 {
            expression {http.error.status_code} == 502
        root * /opt/cubecoders/amp/shared/WebRoot
        rewrite @502 /NotRunning.html

Windows example configuration {
    reverse_proxy localhost:8080