[thelist] XMLhttpRequest, javascript arrays?

Courtenay court3nay at gmail.com
Fri Mar 18 16:26:54 CST 2005

Yes, every (99%) implementation of the XMLhttpblahblah has used the 

     if (request_in_progress) return false;

however I have a few power users who are *really* quick, and this way
we can keep queueing up the requests as fast as they can enter 'em,
and the interface is snappy-as-hell.

.. except if they abort the requests by hitting Reload, in which case
the data is lost.

I haven't seen any other threaded implementation like this one..
hopefully it'll help people out, I should get a blog and write this up


On Fri, 18 Mar 2005 17:42:16 -0400, Juan Cataldo <juan.cataldo at gmail.com> wrote:
> So far, I disable the triggering control when sending the request, and
> enable it back after processing the response. Thus, there is always
> only one request/response pair on the line.
> I realize maybe this won't be a real solution for your problem, but
> may help on similar scenarios.
> --
> Juan M. Cataldo

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