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I am trying to map my (naked) domain to an app.

I found this:

I'd like to map my app to (also known as a naked domain).

Due to recent changes, Google App Engine no longer supports mapping your app 
to a naked domain. If your domain registrar supports URL redirects, you can 
redirect from  to your app, which can be served from 
domains like or

For instructions on how to configure a redirect for your Google Apps domain, 
please see the article on URL forwarding.

I'd like not to resort to redirection. I understand is hosted on appengine and they seem to use a naked domain.

So, I'm hoping this is just typical bad documentation or not updated. Does anybody have any info on how Udacity solves this problem or how could I produce such a behaviour ?

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closed as off topic by Canadian Luke, 8088, TFM, Dave, Scott Apr 3 '13 at 17:32

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