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Digital Oceans Spaces set up to test in Development

Alex Deering asked in General

Trying to set up digital ocean spaces in my development environment in order to test it out and make sure all the settings are correct before i push to production. But getting a Access blocked by CORS policy error for localhost domain. Tried to add it in the spaces settings but its not recognizing http://localhost:5000 as a valid domain. Is there no way to test this on local machine?

Also have a couple questions about CDN and File Listing

CDN, what is it and should it be used for a rails app. App is recipe database so users will be uploading recipe images and user avatars, will be delivering a lot of images.

File Listing: Should this be set to private or public?

Thanks for the help

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