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comment Mimic the functionality of Urban Airship
I know some guys at Urban Airship...sent them a link to this question.
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comment Is there ever a situation where it's ok to initiate a Delete on a GET?
@Dean Thanks for clearing that up. I'll design accordingly.
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comment Is there ever a situation where it's ok to initiate a Delete on a GET?
How does this change with Ajax links? Or are those ignored by most spiders, since it's not specifically a GET?
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revised Is there ever a situation where it's ok to initiate a Delete on a GET?
Clarified question
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accepted Is there ever a situation where it's ok to initiate a Delete on a GET?
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comment Is there ever a situation where it's ok to initiate a Delete on a GET?
@Dean Aha, great example! Thanks :)
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comment Is there ever a situation where it's ok to initiate a Delete on a GET?
@Mark Yes, sorry if that wasn't clear. Using a GET - user response - POST format prevents automated, mass deletes, which I termed as one form of hacking.
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comment Is there ever a situation where it's ok to initiate a Delete on a GET?
@S.Lott - I'm referring to a fairly simple web page - no web services used. AFAIK, that means GET or POST.
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answered How to manage Agile developers working with traditional (serial) business persons?
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answered Can Software Engineers become certified Professional Engineers (PE)?
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comment Do most programmers copy and paste code?
I've always said 'a good developer is a lazy developer'. I don't reinvent the wheel if someone else has already done it. But I keep it small...I never copy more than a few lines of code, and never anything I don't understand completely.