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Published: Nov 15 2012 / 08:17

To fight XSS attacks, the web browser imposes the same origin policy for HTTP requests made by JavaScript code. However, this behaviour is often desirable. Traditionally, server-side proxy or JSONP has been used but now there is a W3C Working Draft called CORS: Cross-Origin Resource Sharing. This post describes how it works.
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