With the Social Network Bill of Rights movement championing full access to personal data stored on social networking sites, it is heartening to see major players like Google opening up the data silos.
What if you would like to write an Ajax client that can create, update, or delete entries as well as read it?
-Dion Almaer (Google Developer Programs)
Think FaceBook applications. Then think about them interacting with one another — without them bogging down on some developer’s rented web host.
The library documentation has some interesting samples to get you started.
Dion Almaer interviewed Jun Yang explaining how the code uses nested iframes to “legally” perform cross-domain AJAX accesses. That video is below.