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W3C working draft of XMLHttpRequest is released

VK
The Web API Working Group has released the First Public Working Draft
of The XMLHttpRequest Object.

<http://www.w3.org/TR/2006/WD-XMLHttpRequest-20060405/>
P.S. Finally some good movement after this over-extended "there will be
no XHTML" groggy state.

Apr 5 '06 #1
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VK napisal(a):
The Web API Working Group has released the First Public Working Draft
of The XMLHttpRequest Object.

<http://www.w3.org/TR/2006/WD-XMLHttpRequest-20060405/>
P.S. Finally some good movement after this over-extended "there will be
no XHTML" groggy state.


Still i would like to see responseJSON, but i will require to
standarize the JSON structures as well to define bindings for
languages... which means 'they' will probably not do it... still the
draft is in its early stage...

Apr 6 '06 #2
Luke Matuszewski wrote:
VK napisal(a):
The Web API Working Group has released the First Public Working Draft
of The XMLHttpRequest Object.

<http://www.w3.org/TR/2006/WD-XMLHttpRequest-20060405/>
P.S. Finally some good movement after this over-extended "there will be
no XHTML" groggy state.
Still i would like to see responseJSON, but i will require to
standarize the JSON structures as well to define bindings for
languages... which means 'they' will probably not do it...


Just because you said so? You are free and welcome to subscribe
to the mailing list. Please stop talking about the W3C as if it
was a large body you have no influence over.
still the draft is in its early stage...


See?
PointedEars
Apr 6 '06 #3
On 5 Apr 2006 17:04:55 -0700, "Luke Matuszewski"
<ma****************@gmail.com> wrote:

VK napisal(a):
The Web API Working Group has released the First Public Working Draft
of The XMLHttpRequest Object.

<http://www.w3.org/TR/2006/WD-XMLHttpRequest-20060405/>
P.S. Finally some good movement after this over-extended "there will be
no XHTML" groggy state.


Still i would like to see responseJSON, but i will require to
standarize the JSON structures as well to define bindings for
languages... which means 'they' will probably not do it... still the
draft is in its early stage...


The draft is only defining what current interopable implementations do
so that future UA developers know the minimum they have to develop.

Later versions will address such expansions as responseJSON.

Jim.
Apr 6 '06 #4

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