On Dec 20, 2007, at 5:49 PM, Nelson Castillo wrote:
them, or the results of
parsing the files). This is a security measure that every commercial
browser uses. It prevents
arbitrary scripts from reading, writing or modifying files on the
client machine.You will have to
use a server side technology like php, perl, or ruby. This can either
be done as command line
scripts or under the auspices of a web server. It sounds like you are
looking at Curl 'c'+ url.
On Dec 20, 2007 1:06 PM, Misko <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
that can fetch other web page from internet, store it in
variable, parse and present some extracted data from that
other page. I just do not know how to fetch other page.
I guess I am looking for some kind of socket
Is there such thing?
Search for XMLHttpRequest.
You might want to use it to retrieve HTTP(S) documents (can be XML).
I think you cannot open pages that are not hosted in the same host
the original page (the one with the JS code) is. (I am not sure now).