similar questions have been asked before, regarding grails 2(.3, .4). I find it strange that i could not find a way to do this, as it seems a standard use-case to me.
I simply want to serve html-pages, including their linked .css and .js (angular and jquery content) when i run grails run-app.
I want to check if my http-calls are handeled correctly on both sides - without needing to deploy a .war and configuring a database.
afaik grails run-app simply starts a jetty/tomcat - both of which can obviously serve .html pages. What do i have to do to make the grails development-tooling deploy my files?
I need to make http-requests,
so using a different Server would violate JS-SOP,
while deploying the .war would greatly slow down the development process
I've so far only found clunky jsonp, proxy, .war deployment solutions, or solutions for grails 2.x
I tried placing the files literally everywhere in the projects' structure (
Then add this to
Location of static resources
In order to resolve an issue around how POST requests are treated for REST applications on non-existent resources, static resources located in src/main/resources/public are now resolved under the /static/** URI by default, instead of the base URI /**. If you wish to restore the previous behaviour add the following configuration:
grails.resources.pattern = '/**'