The XMLHttpRequest object should be very famous in the world of developers who are developing ajax applications, which is at the core of of today’s most exciting web applications. Client browsers who are hosting those web applications have a cross domain scripting restriction, which prevents the browser from communicating with any domain other than the domain that serves the browser page.

 Most of the web applications will consume the resources only within one domain, but what if it comes to the situation that the application need to consume the resources from multiple domains, such as calling a 3rd party web service to retrieve some data? Given the restrictions imposed by web browsers on network connections across domains, the solution for the above problem will be really tricky. So let me explain in detail the four ways of getting around the cross browser issues:

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Just found a very interesting joke from w3schools.com, which is about the Internet.

W3schools is one of my favorite web sites that are full of useful articles and tutorials. A lot of tutorials about XML and Web technology are presented in a quick-and-easy-to-learn way. If you want to have a glimpse at the world of XML related knowledge, this is a good place to go to. Ok, here comes the joke.

Customer: “I want to download the Internet. Do I need a bigger hard disk?”

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MIT(Massachusetts Institute of Technology) is one of the world’s most famous universities, with a strong emphasis on scientific and technological research.

MIT OpenCourseWare (MIT OCW) is an initiative of the MIT with the intent to put all of the educational materials from both its undergraduate- and graduate-level courses online, free and openly available to anyone. This project is considered to be a free and open web-based resource center for publications of MIT course materials,which also includes the lecture notes, textbooks written by MIT professors, and streaming video lectures . Everyone who is intersted in learning can access it for free from anywhere.

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Just have a quick review of the Google Chrome. It has a really simple and concise layout which is similar as Google’s home page. Following is a screenshot of that browser:

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The internet giant Google released their new browser product named Google Chrome, which will be considered as a new big challenger for Microsoft’s Internet Explorer 8. And as we can imagine, a new internet browser war has begun.

This makes me think about the internet browser war that happened between Microsoft Internet Explorer and Netscape Navigator 10 years ago. Till now, Microsfot IE has gained a very steady and large market share, and Mozzila Firefox has penetrated the territory day by day because of the promotion of Google.

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We started learning since we got into this world.

There should be a really initiative experience for us to learn how to speak, how to walk, how to spell and how to ask for something. When we are in our childhood, we didn’t really know how learning works. We just mimicked the body shaking and gestures from our parents, and tried to speak out what they told us to do.

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