johannes.hund at siemens.com
Mon Sep 8 07:53:26 UTC 2014
Yes, file:// and same origin policy is really a PITA and caused a lot of gray hair so far.
My preferred toolbox for this:
Node: nws (npm install –g nws ) : nws –o will also spawn a browser
Python: python –m SimpleHttpServer
Or (preferred) use an html editor with live preview, such as brackets – spawns up a server and live-linked browser with a mouseclick.
I didn’t know of tape, but seems useful as well.
Von: JDev [mailto:jdev-bounces at jabber.org] Im Auftrag von Chris Fortmüller
Gesendet: Freitag, 5. September 2014 11:23
An: Jabber/XMPP software development list
Yep, I meant file:///<file:///\\>. Just saw tape as well, will use that for now! Thanks
On Fri, Sep 5, 2014 at 8:51 AM, Dave Cridland <dave at cridland.net<mailto:dave at cridland.net>> wrote:
On 4 September 2014 23:05, Chris Fortmüller <chritsche at gmail.com<mailto:chritsche at gmail.com>> wrote:
Ok, so I have experimented a bit more, and as Steven said, if I host the code on a server, the code works, but if I just access it locally, the code does not work. I still don't quite understand why. If I access the code locally from my machine, and then try to connect to a server on the web, the domain where the code is hosted (my local machine) and the server domain are different, but this is also the case if I host the code on a server and try to connect to a server in another domain, which does work. So I don't quite understand what is the problem then when I access the code locally
By "locally", do you mean file://<file:///\\>? I reckon the browser folk broke file:// completely for almost anything useful.
Jack Moffit wrote a thing called Tape years back to handle problems like this - a microserver for development you can run quickly out of any directory. There's Node based stuff for this kind of thing too.
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