Re: XMLHttpRequest.prototype.responseURL

On 2013-11-18 17:29, Anne van Kesteren wrote:
> We discussed this briefly during TPAC. Currently you can only get to
> the response URL if you are loading a document resource. The idea here
> is to add a new property that exposes the response URL for any
> resource. It will work the same way as status and statusText, as when
> those are available we know we will no longer be redirected.
> Anyone see a problem with adding this feature?
> Prior discussion:

Providing the URI of the resource that the final HTTP request was 
submitted to sounds like a good idea.

That being said, how about giving the caller more control over whether 
redirects are followed at all? (yes, broken record :-)

Best regards, Julian

Received on Monday, 18 November 2013 18:06:45 UTC