Again, Aloe express saved my life using electron with ES6 modules.
Unfortunately, chrome does not allow modules when using file:// protocol.
But, as I use Xojo for client to access database and have web socket, why not also let chrome have http: protocol with Aloe Express?
Did so, and it worked seamless with the great and easy to use MapToFile method -> really great! Thanks a lot for that
Here is the question:
I set Request.StaticPath to another FolderItem which works seamless; but in MapToFile, PathComponents is used and was not changed.
So I had to do the really hard work:
Request.PathComponentsGet() // this is original private -> so normally should not be used by aloe express user Request.MapToFile()
"hard work" -> ok, just fun
Did I overlook something or has the path to be set in another way?
Really, not a big problem; but my concern is, I do something wrong at all.