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Okay, I've been struggling on development because of this cross domain restriction on my php-angular application development.

I am using yeoman to scaffold my application thus it has a grunt task of server which opens an http server at port 9001

Now I have created a REST-like api in php as my backend to provide service to my angularjs application.

During development I always create a dummy data in instead of using that api I made because I cannot make those two separate things together, then after I am finish building the front end, I will build it and copy to the folder of the api, so I can now test it to work together, which is really not so efficient and fast for development.

Now I came across this article:

[Angular.js activiti webapp with activiti-rest][1]

That taught how to make those two work together, but I think I failed to understand and failed to do it properly.

Here is my configuration for a site-available in apache.

<VirtualHost *:80>
  ServerName foo.dev
  ServerALias www.foo.dev
  DocumentRoot /var/www/html/foo
  ProxyPass /api/ http://foo.dev/api/ retry=0 timeout=30 
  ProxyPass / http://localhost:9001/ retry=0 timeout=30
  <Directory "/var/www/html/foo">
    AllowOverride All
    Order allow,deny
    Allow from all
  </Directory>
</VirtualHost>

What happens now, is that http://foo.dev now works, just like what I see in localhost:9001, but it cannot access http://foo.dev/api

What is wrong in my setup. Thanks!

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