Www.tizen.org/blogs/feed CORS rejects my HTTP request when issued from a regular web server

I’ve mastered the excellent News Feed demo, and it works excellently both on the emulator/Galaxy Watch or in the Tizen Web Simulator (Chrome).
However, when I deployed the same web application on a regular web server,

the HTTP request was rejected by www.tizen.org/blogs/feed website.
How is it possible that when my app sends its request from Tizen Web Simulator it receives the data, when I send the same request from the same application deployed on my server it is rejected? Tizen Web Simulator is actually just a Chrome browser with some styling.
Your hints would be highly appreciated?
UPDATE: I found the solution, see my comments below.

Hi Miklos, Cross Origin Resources Sharing (CORS) is a mechanism that allows restricted resources on a web page to be requested from another domain outside the domain from which the first resource was served. It depends on server configuration. For Example IIS7 has web.config:
< system.webServer>
< httpProtocol>
< customHeaders>
< add name=“Access-Control-Allow-Origin” value=“” />
< /customHeaders>
< /httpProtocol>
< /system.webServer>

And in this case you have access from your local server to resources. AS for acces to remoute server you’ve to add your URL to the list. I hope that helps you,
Stay safe.

As usual, after sleeping it over a night, this morning I found the solution, just start chrome with CORS disabled. Exactly this is what Tizen web simulator does.