httpsproxy2http - Quick HTTPS forward/reverse proxy for your HTTP web service
When your site is running with HTTPS enabled, and tried to embed an URL or perform an API call towards external URL which is HTTP (not HTTPS), you will see the error in below:
Mixed Content: The page at 'https://your-frontend.com/' was loaded over HTTPS, but requested an insecure resource 'http://your-webservice-api.com/v2/some/endpoint?param=1'. This request has been blocked; the content must be served over HTTPS.
It's mean that your API call or request is somehow blocked by the browser due to https://your-frontend.com/ was loaded using HTTPS-enabled but http://your-webservice-api.com is not. Trying to perform a call to a HTTP website from a webpage loaded via HTTPS is not allowed by browser, because it is insecure.
This simple service will help you to resolve that error. Simply change your URL from:
In summary, use the https://httpsproxy2http.novalagung.com as the host of your destination URL, and put your actual URL as path next to it.
All resources like request headers, request body, query strings, cookies, etc; all of them will also be proxified. So it's safe to use httpsproxy2http on RESTful operations.
We do not store any of your data. Use at your own risk. For better security, We recommend to setup the httpsproxy2http on your own cloud.
# default forward proxy https://httpsproxy2http.novalagung.com/<your-url> https://httpsproxy2http.novalagung.com/your-webservice-api.com/v2/some/endpoint?param=1 # with explicity proxy type (forward/reverse) https://httpsproxy2http.novalagung.com/forward/<your-url> https://httpsproxy2http.novalagung.com/forward/your-webservice-api.com/v2/some/endpoint?param=1 https://httpsproxy2http.novalagung.com/reverse/<your-url> https://httpsproxy2http.novalagung.com/reverse/your-webservice-api.com/v2/some/endpoint?param=1
Forward proxy is the default when the type is not explicitly set
Setup httpsproxy2http in your own cloud
# clone our repo git clone https://github.com/novalagung/httpsproxy2http.git # go to the project directory cd httpsproxy2http # open docker-compose.yaml # then adjust the HOST environment variable # start the app docker-compose up -d
You don't have to worry about setting up the SSL etc, we cover all of that for you.
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