HTML5 and Cross-Origin Resource Sharing call

Services are becoming more important with richer HTML5 style applications. But by default the browser will let you call into a service on the originating domain but not another one. And that means you have to include all your services one the same domain, not very practical. And worse if you want to use a 3rd part service you can’t call this directly from the your JavaScript code. A technique that has been used for quite some time to solve this problem is JSONP. Basically when you are doing a JSONP style call the request is done by adding a … Continue reading HTML5 and Cross-Origin Resource Sharing call