I am trying to figure out if its possible to do a Reverse Proxy in IIS that actually hit a different web server end point. I have used it to traverse Ports on the same machine, but never to a different machine. The purpose of this is that I am writin...
I am working on an app where I want to use the Google Maps API.  The problem is the connection to Google Maps API server is unstable. Sometimes it's OK but other times it's blocked because I'm in China.  The solution I've come up with...
I need to create an application that proxies a request from port A to Port B. For instance if a user connects on port 3000 he will be routed (under the hood) to port 3001, therefore the "original" application will run on port 3001 but in the...
I need a javascript form filler that can bypass the 'same origin policy' most modern browsers implement.  I made a script that opens the desired website/form in a new browser. With the handler, returned by the window.open method, I want to re...
What happens to nodejs process behind reverse proxy if I just send ajax request in background, and user leaves/closes page, before it gets confirmation from nodejs script that process is done?  Does it continue to work, and finish async loop, for exa...
I'm trying to figure out what is the "proper" way to make HTTP requests programatically from web application code when you don't know if you are or are not running behind reverse proxy (e.g. HTTPD).   Web application runs on root "...
CONTEXT  I am loading a third party website (e.g. google.com) into an iframe on my site. I would like to be able to apply my own script (e.g. jquery) to the page in order to change DOM elements, but obviously cannot due to CORS policy. I know that th...
I am trying to do Reverse Proxy with ARR and URL rewrite to achieve below redirection:   Source: http://localhost/test Destination: http://localhost:83/   The final URL displayed will be same as the source URL.  Redirection works fine, however all my...
I'm working on a sort of reverse proxy. I'll avoid explaining the full architecture here, but it requires that one side needs to send ID of the socket from which it receives data.  A simplified example:  // This is an array of sockets that ar...
I am trying to deploy a node express app on my Apache server running on a Mac.  If I navigate to http://162.xx.xxx.xxx/:8000 I see the website and everything works as expected.  However, from my research I realise I need to set up a reverse proxy, bu...

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