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Same origin policy #7

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barraponto opened this Issue Jun 20, 2011 · 3 comments

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How do I circumvent the same issue policy? It would be wonderful if it was documented in the Read Me.

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coreylight Feb 24, 2012

I am also running into this problem.

I am also running into this problem.

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maxogden Apr 7, 2012

JSONP yo. im guessin you do jQuery.getFeed({url: 'rss.xml?callback=?'}) (untested but thats how JSONP works in jquery)

maxogden commented Apr 7, 2012

JSONP yo. im guessin you do jQuery.getFeed({url: 'rss.xml?callback=?'}) (untested but thats how JSONP works in jquery)

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naggie May 16, 2012

You'll need a server-side PHP (or whatever) RSS proxy which is apparently included; or for better speed simply run a cron job to download the RSS feed to your server every so often and then serve the resulting file.

naggie commented May 16, 2012

You'll need a server-side PHP (or whatever) RSS proxy which is apparently included; or for better speed simply run a cron job to download the RSS feed to your server every so often and then serve the resulting file.

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