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jallman112341073dAnd welcome to DevRant!
Lor-inc387073dI had this exact experience almost a year ago -- just to get slapped with an unending list of CORS errors and eventually decide that doing the request from the backend is good enough.
Nanos942473dI remember having a moment like that, after I'd nearly strained myself lifting a huge piece of concrete out of the ground with a neighbour helping.
Next one, I thought about carefully, and instead used the reverse lost sand approach to slowly get it out of the ground, by tilting it and putting spoil underneath it, rocking it to the other side and repeating the process, until the hole was full, and the lump of concrete was on top of the ground.
A much easier solution to implement !
All I had to do was remember what they did thousands of years ago to lower big heavy things into the ground, and do the reverse.
Which I'd read about decades ago.
Inxentas31873dI blame those stupid frameworks. They make you easy to replace, and you have to remember so much garbage that you start to forget about native solutions.