Cross origin resource sharing is a mechanism that allows websites on one URL to request data from another URL. For example, you try to fetch data from an API and the application fails with a cors error in the console. That happens because the browser implements the same-origin policy. This policy allows clients to freely request data from its own URL but blocks anything from a different URL unless certain conditions are met.
When a browser makes request to a server it adds an origin header
Origin: https://localhost:3000 to the request. If this request goes to a server with the…
Front-end web development, also known as client-side development is the practice of creating the user interface for Web Applications that users can see and interact with directly. Frontend development is a really good staring point to land your very first job as a Software engineer. This guide will walk you through a series of steps to become a frontend developer from absolute basics.
Its a misconception that frontend developers just write CSS forever. But there’s much more to it. As a frontend developer, You will most probably be working on one of the following