You can convert any string to a URL-encoded string (suitable for transmission as a query string or, generally speaking, as part of a URL)
I usually use <img tag to create images almost for everything. However one day I stuck with the iPad being limited to load more than 8MB of images into one page. Eventually I had to replace all of my <img tags with the <canvas element.
The next hurdle ive come across while working on Air. I needed to save files from a remote site, but found there was a lack of documentation or I just hadn’t looked hard enough ofcourse. I thought i would provide an example and please note I use AJAX/HTML for Air development.
Recently I was looking for a solution on how to dynamically pre load page content using Ajax. I used to do it all the time with the response as Json or XML but never pure HTML. Making a simple request to a static page, returns to me HTML that I have inject into my content. [...]
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