Cross origin resource sharing (CORS) is enabled on all API requests. CORS helps web browsers to make API requests directly without using a server.
In almost all situations, your application will not have to take any special action. CORS adds an additional header to API responses enabling any client domain to make API requests in the browser:
Web browsers are normally unable to make requests to load executable resources from a server at another domain. A page hosted at www.yourapp.com would be unable to make API requests to api.mendeley.com. Browsers' web application security model mandates a same origin policy for sensitive resource load requests but CORS enables exceptions to the same origin policy.
Access-Control-Allow-Origin is included in responses to requests that include an
origin HTTP header.