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Error response when contacting REST API using LocalHost

Trying to use the Jira REST API to parse data from tickets in my company. When making Get requests through Postman to refine my jql searches, everything works fine and the ticket information is returned successfully.  When trying to use the same queries through TypeScript on a LocalHost webserver, it returns an error.

Here is the request in the TypeScript file, using the Axios library to parse API requests:

const result = await axios.get(`${token}@Content-Type:application/json/https://${siteName}${key}-${number}`)

Here is the error that is returned in browser. For my tests, I used Google Chrome:

Access to XMLHttpRequest at 'xxxx' from origin 'https://localhost:3000' has been blocked by CORS policy: Cross origin requests are only supported for protocol schemes: http, data, chrome, chrome-extension, chrome-untrusted, https.

So it seems to be blocking the request because it comes from an unsecured URL despite it containing https protocol. Is there a way to get these requests to go through, barring a fully published release of the web tool that is being developed?

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