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=== WebSocket cross-origin (no preflight) allowance ===
 
=== WebSocket cross-origin (no preflight) allowance ===

Latest revision as of 19:35, 23 March 2013

This document tries to document the platform's fetching policy for HTTP.

Request

General limitations

Methods:

  • Uppercased (so e.g. geT becomes GET): CONNECT, DELETE, GET, HEAD, OPTIONS, POST, PUT, TRACE, and TRACK.
  • Never work: CONNECT, TRACE, and TRACK (subset of the above).
  • Everything else works within the syntax constraints.

Author headers: Everything but setRequestHeader() limitations.

Headers: Host, Origin, ...

Credentials: Cookies and HTTP authentication

Body: No limitations

Additional general cross-origin (no preflight) limitations

Methods: Only GET, HEAD, and POST.

Author headers: Only Accept, Accept-Language, Content-Language, and Content-Type. If Content-Type, value excluding parameters must be application/x-www-form-urlencoded, multipart/form-data, or text/plain.

EventSource cross-origin (no preflight) allowance

Headers: Also Last-Event-ID

CSP cross-origin (no preflight) allowance

Headers: Also Content-Type with value application/json

Credentials: none (although the current draft says to include all)

WebSocket cross-origin (no preflight) allowance

Headers: Also Upgrade: websocket, Connection: Upgrade, Sec-WebSocket-Key, Sec-WebSocket-Protocol, Sec-WebSocket-Version

Credentials: No HTTP authentication (due to API)

Response

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