And that's all fine - this is just my first swim thru CORS and didn't want to 
start biting off something that I didn't really need, but it sounds like for 
our use case that we will need it.   

Just a bit surprised that I didn't find more questions/posts on the forum about 
it.   I did see that CXF had added some initial support and also found an 
article about Jersey and CORS, but I think that was 'how to create the filter' 
you are talking about.

Friday, we started reading and implementing code based on the Html5rocks 
tutorial, but again, I just wanted to verify that is what we needed before 
getting too far down the implementation path.

Thanks Bill!


-----Original Message-----
From: Bill Burke [mailto:bbu...@redhat.com] 
Sent: Monday, October 28, 2013 10:09 AM
To: resteasy-users@lists.sourceforge.net
Subject: Re: [Resteasy-users] CORS support needed?

Not really hard to add yourself:

Read this:

http://www.html5rocks.com/en/tutorials/cors/

What we could add to resteasy is a filter that takes a list of allowed origins 
and handles preflight and simple requests.  But, it would be really simple to 
add it yourself.

On 10/28/2013 11:01 AM, Mike Miller wrote:
> We are using RestEasy 2.3.5.
>
> I read thru a couple threads on the mailing list and trying to figure
> out if we need CORS support for our usage.   Just looking for some
> verification or validation.
>
> We are exposing  a lot of our services thru resteasy and the 
> expectation is that our resources will be called from mobile applications 
> using Ajax
> to call the services.   We support calls for GET, PUT, POST and DELETE
> consuming and producing both json and xml.  Testing from the Chrome 
> Advanced Rest Client works great but once we start trying to make 
> jQuery (or other Javascript) AJAX calls from web pages, we run into problems.
> We can start Chrome with the "-disable-web-security" command line
> parameter but I know that's not real solution.    To correctly support
> these remote ajax calls do we need to provide some type of CORS support?
>
>
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