Re: Web browsers, HTTP and transcoding

Does this imply that transcoding proxies shouldn't transcode items of  
content with MIME types that is "text/xml, application/xml or ends in  
+xml (ignoring any parameters)" (the ones referred to in the XHR  

On 16 Oct 2008, at 23:51, Rotan Hanrahan wrote:

> In these scenarios, mobile Ajax should stick to raw text, XML or  
> JSON as a payload format. If it is communicating with fragments of  
> HTML and you've already adapted (or otherwise "enhanced") the page  
> in which the Ajax is operating, the chances of that fragment of HTML  
> being of any use any more (adapted or not) are significantly  
> diminished already.
> Good point about the UA though. I must double-check.

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