I need to make an asynchronous call to a secure (HTTPS) URL for the same domain.  Currently the page is working with regular HTTP (non-secure).   In other words: this is calling an URL in the same domain but using HTTPS.  Before switching this calls...
I am trying to login to a system. In angular 1, there was ways to set   withCredentials:true   But I could not find a working solution in angular2  export class LoginComponent {     constructor(public _router: Router, public http: Http, ) {      }...
Is it possible in Javascript to get the contents of the HTTP Body of the resulting HTTP request that would be sent when a Form is submitted?  Say I have a Form of type 'POST' with a file input and some other input fields and an enctype attrib...
Does anyone know why this does not work?  $http     .get('accept.php', {         source: link,         category_id: category     })     .success(function (data, status) {         $scope.info_show = data     });   and this does work:  $http...
I want to hide the referrer when I click a link on my website. To understand better what I want to do: When somebody clicks a link on my website, I don't want the other website owner to know where the visitor came from.   I don't care if it&#...
I'm serving gzipped copies of my css / javascript files. As per a tutorial, I set the content-type as application/gzip when serving these files. However, chrome doesn't seem to un-gzip these files, and for the javascript files I get a lot of...
I'm using AngularJS v1.2.4.  I had an issue with Angular sending a preflight OPTIONS call (Chrome was showing the OPTIONS call as 'canceled') and resolved it with:  $httpProvider.defaults.useXDomain = true; delete $httpProvider.defaults.h...
Now Angular 1.5.4 finally allows you to track progress event on $http provider but for some reason I keep getting the $rootScope as a response instead of an actual progress (I'm using it for uploads) information. Because of lack of examples I fou...
I have an ExpressJS routing for my API and I want to call it from within NodeJS  var api = require('./routes/api') app.use('/api', api);   and inside my ./routes/api.js file  var express = require('express'); var router = expr...
I'm using some client-side JavaScript code to pull a lot of JSON data from a webserver via an HTTP GET. The amount of data can be big, say 50 MB. This is on a LAN so it's not much of a problem, but it still takes ten seconds or so.  To make m...

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