Cross-Origin Resource Sharing
|Category|| : ||Computing » Programming & Development
|Country/Region|| : ||Worldwide
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What does CORS mean?
Cross-Origin Resource Sharing (CORS) is a standard that allows a web page from one domain or origin to access a resource with a different domain or make a cross-domain request. CORS allows web applications to bypass a browser’s same origin policy and allow the browser to safely load resources from other domains that are different from the one it originally loaded the page from.