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JavaScript and JSON Essentials by Sai Srinivas Sriparasa

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Chapter 5. Cross-domain Asynchronous Requests

In the previous chapter, we used jQuery's getJSON method to ingest the students JSON feed; in this chapter we will take a step forward and send request parameters over to the server. Data feeds are often large amounts of data that are made available; the data that is part of such feeds is normally generic and can be considered too heavy for a targeted search. For example, in the students JSON feed, we are exposing the whole list of student information that is available. For a data vendor who is looking for students who are enrolled in certain courses or who reside in a given ZIP code to hire them as interns, this feed is going to be generic. It is common to see development teams build Application Programming ...

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