A Node.js based command line interface (CLI) for creating a stand-alone CORS proxy server for development
$ npm install corsproxy-cli -g
$ corsproxy http://www.google.com -p 4000 $ corsproxy https://api.mydomain.com --port=4000 -l /Users/myname/code/dev
p (optional - Default: 3000): port number that the local proxy server should listen on l (optional - Default: ./public): path to the local static files
In your browser, you can then browse to
Displays a status page for the proxy server
Loads a static file from the location specified
Request is rerouted to your target server
(The MIT License)
Copyright (c) 2016 Gabriel McAdams <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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