heinbali01 wrote on Saturday, July 16, 2016:
The HTTP server as it is currently, doesn’t have any hooks yet to pass data to the application. But it would certainly be very useful.
The approach that I like is using JQuery, which is a library “on top of” JS and AJAX. The JQuery application in the browser will send requests to the embedded application in a form like this:
Or using JSON expressions:
When loading pages, the browser sends GET commands. The above requests will also be sent as a GET. The difference is the question mark: if it is present the HTTP driver will no even attempt to search for a directory or file named “/request”. In stead the string will be forwarded