The wording of the error message corresponds to what you get from Google Chrome when you run
JSON.parse('<...'). I know you said the server is setting
Content-Type:application/json, but I am led to believe the response body is actually HTML.
Feed.js:94 undefined "parsererror" "SyntaxError: Unexpected token < in JSON at position 0"
with the line
console.error(this.props.url, status, err.toString())underlined.
err was actually thrown within
jQuery, and passed to you as a variable
err. The reason that line is underlined is simply because that is where you are logging it.
I would suggest that you add to your logging. Looking at the actual
xhr (XMLHttpRequest) properties to learn more about the response. Try adding
console.warn(xhr.responseText) and yo