I'd like to send some data using an XMLHttpRequest in JavaScript.  Say I have the following form in HTML:  <form name="inputform" action="somewhere" method="post">     <input type="hidden" value="per...
Here is my simple form:  <form id="loginformA" action="userlogin" method="post">     <div>         <label for="email">Email: </label>         <input type="text" id="email" n...
I have some old code that is making an AJAX POST request through jQuery's post method and looks something like this:  $.post("/foo/bar", requestData,     function(responseData)     {         //do stuff with response     }   requestData...
I'm trying to use phantomJS (what an awesome tool btw!) to submit a form for a page that I have login credentials for, and then output the content of the destination page to stdout. I'm able to access the form and set its values successfull...
I want to send a few variables and a string with the POST method from JavaScript.   I get the string from the database, and then send it to a PHP page. I am using an XMLHttpRequest object.  The problem is that the string contains the character &...
I want to download the file which is coming in the form of bytes from AJAX response.  I tried to do it this way with the help of Bolb:  var blob=new Blob([resultByte], {type: "application/pdf"}); var link=document.createElement('a')...
I'm pretty new to javascript and am working on an embedded system which decodes video over IP.  I have written a small app for setting up and changing channels using javascript and included a key handler for remote controls and an event handler s...
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...
I've queried and doesn't work out what I've found. Is there any way to redirect to give url with POST method using Javascript or jquery?...
I'm a newbie trying to do a simple HTTP post in JS within a Firefox extension..  This isn't passing through the parameters:  var params = "a=1&b=2&c=3" req.open('POST', 'http://www.mywebsite.com/'); req.send(pa...

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