|Developers:||Bryan Forbes, Kris Zyp, James Burke, Tom Trenka|
HTTP message parser. Parses to an XHR like interface.
Helper class to assemble OAuth URL parameters.
Uses an iframe for dojo.io.script requests. Useful in some long-polling comet situations in Firefox and Opera. Those browsers execute scripts in DOM order, not network-receive order, so a long-polling script will block other dynamically appended scripts from running until it completes. By using an iframe for the dojo.io.script requests, this issue can be avoided.
Cross-domain transport using window.name
Constructs multi-part mime XHR requests. Useful when wanting multi-part requests but not using a form with a file input. Note that it does not allow you to send files from local disks -- a form with a file input is required for that use case. xhrMultipart is not useful in that use case.
An adapter registry for having multiple XHR handlers (like XDomainRequest, CS-XHR, proxy, and window.name)
window.name plugin for XHR adapter registry