I was looking at cross-domain requests for a design and stumbled upon something that puzzles me. From a local site I'm firing an Ajax request to another domain (with jQuery and vanilla ...
I'm currently working on a pet project with two of my buddies. This web service will provide basic functionality such as Login/Password Modification/Registration etc. All of us are comfortable with ...
I have a File database table with the following columns: Id (PK), Filename And a Document database table with the following columns: Id (PK), Name, Description, FileId (FK) When a user wants to ...
I'm diving deeper into developing RESTful APIs and have so far worked with a few different frameworks to achieve this. Of course I've run into the same-origin policy, and now I'm wondering how web ...
FIRST, THE SCENARIO We have an internal system that is effectively split into 2 very separate parts across 2 sub-domains, our back-end administrative system for internal access only we will call this ...
As many of you know WordPress uses "secret key" like thing for every AJAX request. Making each request unique and also 'somewhat' secure (just a step ahead than nothing). How would I implement the ...