This guide will walk you through how to connect a domain to Airkit and white-label the links that lead to your application. Connecting a domain to Airkit requires three configuration steps.
To use a custom domain in an application, whether it is a URL Domain or URL Route, that domain has to be compatible with https://letsencrypt.org/docs/certificate-compatibility/.
Create a CNAME record for your domain so that it is pointing to the Airkit website. Depending on the realm of the Airkit organization, the URL will differ:
The below is an example configuration for a domain hosted in Amazon AWS:
To add a URL Domain and a URL Route in Airkit, go to the Console to add a resource.
You need to create URL routes on the same version of Console that you are using to build your application. Keeping track of what version of the Console you are working in is particularly important if your Organization contains apps that were built in multiple versions of the Studio.
The URL console.airkit.com automatically directs to the latest version of Airkit. To access an earlier version, place the desired version in the URL. For instance, if you're building an app on CXR 17.15, make sure to create your Web URL Route Resources on v17-15.console.airkit.com.
To add a URL domain, toggle to Resources and click Create New. Type a unique name to label the domain and select URL Domain in the Capabilities dropdown.
After selecting URL Domain, put in the custom domain name that was created when the CNAME was created. (For example: usher.woodsidebikes.com.) Upon clicking the Create button in the lower right, Airkit will attempt to retrieve the certificate that was created. Assuming no errors arise, this URL Domain can then be able to be used to define the base domains of your applications.
After adding a URL domain, add a URL Route resource. Under the Resources tab, Click on Create New, type a unique name to label the route, and select URL Route in the Capabilities dropdown.
Select the URL domain that was created in the previous step. This will provide the ability to create a custom path on your domain (e.g. usher.woodsidebikes.com/c/order).
Lastly, add a Custom URL key. This customizes the URL path that can launch an app.
Open the relevant app in the Studio. Toggle over to Settings.
The Base Domain section specifies the domain of all links associated with this application. To set your white-label domain as an app's base domain, simply select your white-label domain from the associated dropdown menu.
The Web URL section specifies the precise URL that will launch your app's web experience, including the base domain and the path. Options are available for selection in the dropdown menu. Only URL routes with a domain in common with your set Base Domain will appear for selection, so be sure to select your white-label base domain before selecting your white-label Web URL.
Save your changes, and, once published, the application will be accessible by the specified white-label links.
Updated 19 days ago