XMLHttpRequest through an ActiveX control of the same name.
According to the draft, the first version of the specification aims to document the cross-browser functionality that is currently available only. Features that only exist in one browser will not be included in the specification, nor will any new features. In the few cases where the various browsers disagree on how a given feature should work, the specification will describe the “most correct” behaviour, as determined by the spec’s authors. What should result is useful documentation for web developers of just what they can rely on and use today. At the same time, the document will provide a target that will enable new implementations to ensure interoperability.
Prior to this W3C spec, the only vendor-neutral specification for just what
XMLHttpRequest should do was to be found in the Web Hypertext Application Technology Working Group’s (WHAT-WG) Web Applications 1.0 Working Draft specification, which contained plenty of ambiguities and issues. Heavily based on the WHAT-WG’s work, the W3C’s spec cleans up many of those issues, and is generally a more solid foundation for developers.
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