In the end, it very much depends on your use case. CDNs make sense if you have many static assets and a very very high traffic website. Google published some study a while ago that people go away if your page takes more than 3 seconds to load. So, that's a good metric to work with.
I haven't actually chimed in on this since posted I guess. Whoops...
Yeah my ask would maybe be the ability to add redirects based on status codes. As was mentioned, for example, any 404 could route to index.html (or any file one wants to specify). Just gives more options. Like this in cloud front, for instance:
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@fbartels that is correct, admins can login to all apps always. This was the case from the get-go and now it is a bit hard to change this behavior since setups depend on this. But maybe worth reevaluating.
Ok I added those test cases and made a new package release now. Please be aware that if you just use # in a path in the browser URL bar, without encoding it, the browser will treat this as a URL hash, not as part of the filepath.