Looking at the
code, SAJAX Version 0.10 now supports GET and POST
interchangeably. While this does have the desired affect of
allowing requests of virtually any size, it does nothing to prevent
unsafe requests from being made via HTTP GET. Nor does it
address any of the encoding issues.
Sam Slams SAJAX
“AJAX” is a convenient label for the architecture of applications like Google Maps and Visual Net from Antarctica Systems (which I founded). There’s nothing wrong with the idea. But Sam Ruby spots SAJAX, one of the first toolkits, going horribly off...
Sam Ruby says Sajax is still unsafe While I haven’t looked at the safety aspects of it, I have to ask if it’s needed at all? When Gmail launched I’d already been interested in this approach for a while, after......
Hey Sam, good to see you’re still watching these things, but I’d be very interested in hearing how you would actually go about preventing unsafe requests. (I’ve been working on a related handler, [link] and I don’t want to upset granny).
Danny: pymplex looks fine. The person coding the server side of the application is well aware of the type of the request, and can act accordingly. Furthermore, post methods (for example) can’t be invoked by simply following a link.
From my point of view, if the person coding the server application chooses to update a counter or take other actions in response to a get request, then that is a choice that they take responsibility for.
In this seemingly unlimited stream of AJAX articles and frameworks, let me present you to SACK. SACK is a light-weight AJAX API, written by Gregory Wild-Smith. Gregory writes: "I’ve seen AJAX solutions like SAJAX or Dojo, and they haven’t really...
Scrubbing bubbles and other cures for the common thin client application
My professional has a strong affinity with jargon and acronymns; so, it came as no surprise to me when “AJAX” was coined not too long ago by Adaptive Path. However, in the end I’m all the more convinced that AJAX, as with most technologies in the...
Why don’t you guys stop using classes and functions made by others? Can’t you just do it by yourself? Fuck SAJAX and fuck other public classes, this type of a shit ain’t for real programmers, if you think you got g’s you should write shit yourself