Apparently when you declare icons in a PWA manifest, they get fetched without cookies. This is true even if the manifest itself is fetched with crossorigin="use-credentials" (which sends cookies).

Result is for a Dropserver app to be a PWA, it is forced to have some public routes, just to serve these icons.

See screenshot of Leftovers app routes (this is from ds-dev interface). That yellow "public" is so frustrating 😞

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Link to SO q:
stackoverflow.com/questions/63

This stinks. I really want people to have personal web apps with zero public routes.

I hope this can be fixed in standards?

Otherwise I'll have to get crafty and work around it, maybe by declaring a special handler for manifests that rewrites icon urls to some unguessable link that would be served by Dropserver.

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