I would like to upload a file asynchronously with jQuery. This is my HTML:  <span>File</span> <input type="file" id="file" name="file" size="10"/> <input id="uploadbutton" type="butto...
I'm developing a page that pulls images from Flickr and Panoramio via jQuery's AJAX support.  The Flickr side is working fine, but when I try to $.get(url, callback) from Panoramio, I see an error in Chrome's console:     XMLHttpRequest...
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...
I'm making an Ajax.request to a remote PHP server in a Sencha Touch 2 application (wrapped in PhoneGap).  The response from the server is the following:     XMLHttpRequest cannot load http://nqatalog.negroesquisso.pt/login.php. Origin http://lo...
I am stuck with this CORS problem, even though I set the server (nginx/node.js) with the appropriate headers.  I can see in Chrome Network pane -> Response Headers:  Access-Control-Allow-Origin:http://localhost   which should do the trick.  Here...
I'm writing a script that uses an XMLHttpRequest to search for a file defined by a relative path, by attempting to resolve that relative path against other same domain absolute paths that the script is aware of, then attempting to load the file...
Is it possible to do a HTTP Head request solely using an XMLHTTPRequest in JavaScript?  My motivation is to conserve bandwidth.  If not, is it possible to fake it?...
I'm trying to make a Cross Origin post request, and I got it working in plain Javascript like this:  var request = new XMLHttpRequest(); var params = "action=something"; request.open('POST', url, true); request.onreadystatechang...
In plain javascript is very simple: need just to attach the callback to {XMLHTTPRequest}.onprogress  var xhr = new XMLHttpRequest();  xhr.onprogress = function(e){     if (e.lengthComputable)         var percent = (e.loaded / e.total) * 100; };  xh...
Hi i am trying to send file with xmlhttprequest with this code.  <script>     var url= "http://localhost:80/....";     $(document).ready(function(){         document.getElementById('upload').addEventListener('change',...

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