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Has anyone used Dart Frog in a real world application? Is it viewed as production ready? Can you build a stand alone executable and deploy that directly or does it have to have a reverse proxy in front of it .(I'm thinking Nginx). I'm trying to build my own API for a Flutter application and while I'd like to do everything in one language, Go looks like the better option for the API since ease of deployment is important to me. I want non-technical people to be able to deploy this and having a single application that can be deployed without a reverse proxy is really attractive in that area but then I found Dart Frog so I'm willing to give it a shot if it can do what I need.
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