Install Node.js on your server and create your Node.js application.
Install Apache and the Apache module for proxying Node.js applications: mod_proxy.
Enable mod_proxy by adding the following lines to your Apache configuration file:
sudo a2enmod proxy sudo a2enmod proxy_http
Create a new Apache VirtualHost file or modify an existing one to include the following configuration:
<VirtualHost *:80> ServerName example.com ProxyRequests Off ProxyPreserveHost On ProxyVia Full <Proxy *> Require all granted </Proxy> <Location /> ProxyPass http://localhost:3000/ ProxyPassReverse http://localhost:3000/ </Location> </VirtualHost>
Replace "example.com" with your domain name or IP address, and "localhost:3000" with the address of your Node.js application.
Save the configuration file and restart Apache.
Test your Node.js application by visiting your domain or IP address in a web browser.
By following these steps, you should be able to configure Apache to proxy requests to your Node.js application, allowing you to serve your Node.js app through Apache.