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  1. I try to write a javascript application to access the web api from Mediaserver (like Electron). Unlike other programming languages javascript restricts the requests to cross origin web services. Only if cross origin calls are allowed from the website they are done from the javascript engine.. The Webservice can allow this access by send a header entry like 'Access-Control-Allow-Origin', '*''. Today I get around with a small proxy server who adds this header to every requests - which is fine in development stage but not really fine for deployment. I havn't really under
  2. When I create a timer with all works fine but I get no response from the server. I think it will be fine to get an answer. A failure answer when something is wrong and maybe a timer record if all works fine. Because when I want to store this timer id where ever it is not easily possible. The only way I see at this moment is to create the timer with an UUID title, request a timer list after the creation call, remember the t
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