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Access Control for Cross-site Requests

Maybe it's time to test cross-domain xmlhttprequest in Firefox 3


Fjax: Just say no

I'm not normally given to debunking crazy technology ideas - mainly because there are so many out there that it would be a full-time job - but this thing is so obviously broken I thought it best to try and nip it in the bud.


Ajax : le retour des lessiviers ?

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M'a l'air bien cet article de chez Framasoft

Cross-domain XMLHttpRequest via Greasemonkey

Jeremy Dunck points out that Aaron Boodman has posted a patch to the Greasemonkey mailing list which allows the XMLHttpRequest object to reach across domains.

Ajax, promise or hype?

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the concept seems to be taking the Web development community by storm. This can mean one of two things: either it's a promise or it's a hype. To decide the case, I offer an annotated link dump.

Ajax… Or how an old idea needs new marketing.

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So the concepts have existed since the beginning of scripted webpages, well since Netscape 3 anyway. The idea isn’t new. So what took so long?

SAJAX - Simple Ajax Toolkit

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Sajax is a tool to make programming websites using the Ajax framework — also known as XMLHTTPRequest or remote scripting — as easy as possible. Sajax makes it easy to call PHP functions from your webpages via JavaScript without performing a browser refresh.

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