Understanding same-origin policy and enable CORS for local development with react

Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Same-origin_policy
  • Our webpack is running on port 3000
  • Our node server is running on port 4000
brew install haproxy
  • our node api running at port 4000
  • our webpack at port 3000
  • Start haproxy server with haproxy -f proxy.cfg from root of the react folder
  • start our node api running at port 4000
  • start our webpack at port 3000

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Abhinav Dhasmana

Abhinav Dhasmana

Senior Staff Engineer @freshworks. Ex-McKinsey/Microsoft/Slideshare/SAP, Tech Enthusiast, Passionate about India. Opinions are mine

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