Author: Eugeniy Marilev
Date of publication: 2013-09-17 04:32:40
"Why can not I make an AJAX request to another domain?". This question is asked quite often and not by beginners only. The answer is - it is done for security reasons — in case scripts that somehow got to the page could not send data to a remote server. After launching the client script can get the content of cookies, user preferences and other client confidential information.…
Author: Eugeniy Marilev
Date of publication: 2014-05-06 10:27:57
"No way! I can not believe my eyes!" - are my first words I said after I had found out that PhoneGap uses any «redirect», except for the start-domain, opens the link in the default browser ... I tried various options:…
Author: Eugeniy Marilev
Date of publication: 2014-05-06 10:33:35
It's dedicated to all the lucky developers, who had an experience working with such a platform like Facebook... Facebook authentication uses oAuth2.0. Anyone can register a web or mobile application in the system. User authentication is performed according to the scheme described in the documentation of Facebook. Next thing I am going to do is to tell the most common mistakes associated with the authentication to the platform.…
Author: Eugeniy Marilev
Date of publication: 2014-05-06 10:37:27
As it was previously mentioned in the article about cross-domain AJAX requests, the option of setting up a web server for Internet Explorer is not suitable, and therefore we can only implement a suitable engine for asynchronous requests to remote server.…