lite-server, BrowserSync: setting other URL path than /
I am working on an app which counts on being deployed to /some-path - so it's root is at e.g. http://localhost:3000/some-path/. Normally, it's hosted by a Java EE container. For development purposes, I'd like to serve the client content (.js, .ts, etc.) using lite-server. But I can only achieve it being at /. How can I make lite-server to serve the content at http://localhost:3000/some-path/ ? The directories of the app itself must stay the same. Having a link somewhere of the name some-path and serving from it's parent dir is not ideal. I'm rather looking for an option of lite-server.
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