I suppose I could use PHP to access $_GET variables from JavaScript:  <script> var to = $_GET['to']; var from = $_GET['from']; </script> <script src="realScript" type="text/javascript"></script&g...
I have json file mydata.json, and in this file is some json-encoded data.  I want obtain this data in file index.html and process this data in JavaScript. But a don't know how to connect.json file in .html file?  Tell me please.  Here is my jso...
Is there any difference between these solutions?  Solution 1:    function doSomething(id, value) {   console.log(value);   //... } <input id="theId" value="test" onclick="doSomething(this.id, this.value)" />     ...and...
I'm trying to get my function to return the http get request, however, whatever I do it seems to get lost in the ?scope?. I'm quit new to Node.js so any help would be appreciated  function getData(){   var http = require('http');   va...
On w3schools.com(url) there is an example of how to do an AJAX call with plain Javascript. If you look at the example you will see the call is triggered by a button:  <button type="button" onclick="loadXMLDoc()">Change Content&l...
i've recently tried to get some Response from an URL using jQuery. Therefore I copied a get request sample of jQuery API Get Request Tutorial into my project and tried to run it, but my debugging messages showed me, that it can't go further....
What's the best way to send a large data set via a GET request.    I cannot use POST because of some design limitations.  I can use jQuery or any other library, sizzle is preferable. I have a complex data set that has nestings within it, and json...
I've been trying to get this bit of code to work for a while, and I just can't seem to get it. It's for a live-updating graph, that takes in an array of [x, y] for each point, so an array of arrays.  The input is a JSON list coming from a...
Even though the following works: http://jsfiddle.net/N7D5r/  My attempt at using the same code does not correctly get the titles. They return null, for whatever strange reason:  <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN"...
Ok, I know it's a bad idea and it shouldn't be done but for the sake of this question please assume there's no other way - I am given API endpoint that requires GET request with empty object as a body.  Is there a way to do async request...

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