[Dojo-interest] bind() and POST
Scott J. Miles
sjmiles at turbophp.com
Sun May 15 22:06:43 PDT 2005
Thanks. Yes, I've been messing with JPSpan for that past few days.
I finally decided JPSpan was too big for what I wanted, so I rolled my own
little JS<->PHP RPC thingie. Technically I boosted some of the JPSpan
encoding stuff, but it's nearly trivial.
I can share it if anybody cares.
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[mailto:dojo-interest-bounces at dojotoolkit.org] On Behalf Of Chris (QWAD
Sent: Sunday, May 15, 2005 9:09 PM
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Subject: Re: [Dojo-interest] bind() and POST
I know things are a little different as you're working with dojo, but
you may like to check out JPSpan (jpspan.sourceforge.net). It uses php
On 5/16/05, Scott J. Miles <sjmiles at turbophp.com> wrote:
> >> postContent is now present again but only honored if method is POST.
> Bueno. :)
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> [mailto:dojo-interest-bounces at dojotoolkit.org] On Behalf Of David
> Sent: Sunday, May 15, 2005 3:27 PM
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> Subject: Re: [Dojo-interest] bind() and POST
> On 5/15/05, Scott J. Miles <sjmiles at turbophp.com> wrote:
> > Well, I would like to send a block of raw data, not some set of
> > pairs.
> Whoops. I totally messed that one up. postContent is now present again
> but only honored if method is POST.
> > AFAIK, the 'content-length' is not necessary, but would it be useful to
> > include it anyway?
> In my experience, the XMLHttp object is taking care of that header
> information on its own.
> You can see the latest rev of BrowserIO.js here:
> Or just update your repo if you have an SVN checkout.
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