Configure CORS

Last updated:2021-12-24 09:59:07

Cross-origin resource sharing (CORS) is a standard cross-origin solution provided by HTML5. CORS allows web applications to access resources across origins. You can control the cross-origin access permissions by using the API operations provided by KS3, to develop flexible web applications.

KS3 matches cross-origin requests against CORS rules in the corresponding buckets, and checks against the permissions set by the rules. Rules are matched one by one. KS3 allows the requests and returns the corresponding headers based on the rules.

For more information about CROS-related API operations, see CORS Related.

Operation methods

Operation method Description
Console Web application, which is easy to use
SDK for Java Diversified and complete SDK demos in various languages
SDK for PHP Diversified and complete SDK demos in various languages

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