Tag Archives: cross domain

Test Cross Domain Ajax In Chrome

01 Jun 2012

If you are like myself and leave the server-side stuff to those who like doing that type thing (well, I dabble here and there) then you love to find ways to avoid asking them to do stuff for. In the world of HTML 5 mobile application development you are always integrating with some service and […]

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Cross-Domain Ajax and XML with jQuery

07 May 2012

Did a fun little thing today – built a jQuery/PHP-based Cost of Living (COL) calculator for a city’s website (sorry, have to be vague on the client’s name) utilizing the data from www.coli.org. Coli.org provides a service that allows interested parties to compare the cost of living across a range of criteria between two different […]

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XHR Post in Sencha Touch 1 & PhoneGap

13 Feb 2012

Sencha Touch has built in support for JSONP via “GET”, but if you have a lot of data to send you may quickly run into the GET character limit which varies across browsers. For a lot of data, “POST” is the preferred method and may be even preferred over GET for security reasons. The rub […]

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