It's possible, but not easy. There are a few options:create a theme for NodeBB, render NodeBB in an iframe and embed that in your page render NodeBB templates in an angular component and embed that in your page interface directly with the NodeBB rest API, creating a frontend in angular
your connection to NodeBB was lost
So every now and then as I go to a page can any of you know what I did wrong?
:/opt/nodebb# ./nodebb log Hit Ctrl-C to exit 16/3 19:29:56  - info: Time: Thu Mar 16 2017 19:29:56 GMT+0100 (CET) 16/3 19:29:56  - info: Initializing NodeBB v1.4.4 16/3 19:29:58  - info: [socket.io] Restricting access to origin: http://localhost:* 16/3 19:29:58  - info: initializing NodeBB ... 16/3 19:29:58  - info: [plugins/emoji-one] Initial startup detected. Downloading emojione assets... 16/3 19:29:58  - info: Routes added 16/3 19:29:58  - info: NodeBB Ready 16/3 19:29:58  - info: Enabling 'trust proxy' 16/3 19:29:58  - info: NodeBB is now listening on: 0.0.0.0:4567 16/3 19:30:01  - info: [plugins/emoji-one] Emoji are ready.
Change url to http://your_ip or try http://localhost
"port": "4567", or other port.
You need also have unblocked/unlocked that port.
//Sory for my bad english
Thanks it works
@Konrad-Leon-Lendzion This solution does work!!
this is my config.json:
the log file bellow:
nginx settings bellow:
all above is ok,but the socket.io prompts always:
@caiya what is wrong,who can help me?ths!
Your url value in config.json has to be the url at which you access your forum