Is it safe to include localhost into your connect-src for CSP?
I'm adding content security policy via the meta tag, and it seems I am being blocked for local development tools (ex, browser sync with ws://localhost:9000/). I want to add it to the connect-src, but I am unsure of the implications this might have. Is it safe?
Gulp and Browsersync injecting CSS but causing a full reload
Browser-sync - serve “node_modules” out of “src” directory
[browser-sync]browser-sync proxy can't connect to Rails Application
Browserstack not serving index.html by default
whatever i do i can't access the external URL for the site or UI
How do I kill browserSync before creating it?
Unable to install browser-sync on windows 7
browser-sync proxy fails to connect
What's the equivalent bs-config.js (Browsersync) of this command?
How to quit the browser-sync server, or how to know the running server pid
browsersync not working (note: not using gulp)
Using browsersync with gulp/nodemon
BrowserSync Not Reloading Changes
Setup browser-sync to serve routes from absolute directories on windows
Browser-sync writes in console «Reloading Browsers …», but update is not happening. Why?
SSL chain of trust with browser-sync?