When using .ajax, and when before I receive any data back from the server, I would like to call a function that could display some type of 'thinking' icon. In looking a the documentation I see there is a 'success', for when after receiving data back successfully, and an 'error', for obviously when something bad happens and need to error gracefully. I do not see something like a 'beforeSuccess' function that would allow me to specify, for example, to overlay a 'thinking icon' on top of a <div> after request is sent to the server and before I get any data back. I would assume this is a pretty standard necessity in ajax applications, and probably missing something here. How exactly is this done using the .ajax methods?
No matter what I put in here, Firefox is going into the error; will not return success.What the server returns is just plain text, no html, thinking maybe it has something to do with This, but I can't figure it out because there are only So many options for
I am having a couple problems with what I am guessing is sequencing. I have several different events that perform a task and then refresh a portion of the screen using this code snippet: function RefreshComments(sID)
What I could like to do is use JQuery .click and .ajaxmethods but the only thing I am unsure of is hot to get the ID of the a href tag containing the unique item ID that relates to the db record. Can I use this.id?
On a project I got stuck on this "problem". When you make a json (ajax) call. You also need a callback function. Which means I have to call the next $.getJSON within that callback function to read the next portion of data. In my opinion this is not very readable code...What I want is a nice and readable piece of code. Where you could just write it like this: var data1 = $.getJSON(..); var data2 =$.getJSON(..); I've found a solution here: [URL] (explains my problem perfectly). But it's not compatible with the getJSON story. Is there already a possibility to do this with the jquery library?
Anyway, I'm building a mobile app using phonegap. One page grabs data for a table from ajax, and each table element has a delete button in one of the cells. In short: the clicks aren't working. I put the alert in to test, and no dice. I'm not asking for help on the internals, I'm just stumped on why the function isn't being activated,
My app recently upgraded to 1.4 and as such started using the XMLHttpRequest in the success callback of the .ajax function however we been forced to roll back to 1.3.2 due to performance issues with IE7 (forced to use in a corporate environment) Is there any way to get access to the XMLHttpRequest after an ajax call? If not, would anyone be so kind as to point out if its possible to modify the 1.3.2 source to add the parameter to the success call back like in 1.4? I am hoping its a simple modification however I could be wrong. We are set to upgrade to the lastest jQuery when we get a browser upgrade to IE9 but that could be up to a year away and I would really like to continue to use the XMLHttpRequest in my app as its a lot faster than my old approach.
I've got an array of names, and one ID. I need to run an ajax call using the ID and each lastname, until I get a successful hit on the ajax call. I can't quite figure out how to determine if the function that runs the ajax call has succeeded or not, it always returns false for me... Here's the code for the loop:
today I updated my Firefox from 3.5 to 4.0b3 and it seems that the AJAX success callback is not longer fired. Firebug shows the correct response but the function is never called. Is this a Problem of the FF Beta, or is Jquery responsible for this?
I dont know what i am doign wrong i have used debugbar and i can seethe html content that comes back i have used fiddler and i see hte html content that comes back there....the xhr stat =200 so every thing is good..yet it doesnot replace the the content $("#updateroster").html(data).
I'm working with a few more variables than this, I'm working with 3 variables. What I'm wondering is should I use json_encode() on the php side. I will be using php validations, so I may return error messages in an array. How do I check whether I have error messages or true value.
I'd like to send in an associative array so I can have email = "error"; amongst a few others. So if email is the only one with error I will .append a message to the correct div id.
My web page consists of 3 js jquery.js, a.js and b.js. This js are in order one after the another as posted. I have ajax call in a.js $.ajax inside a function fun() and this function is getting called from b.js function fun()return the value objtained from ajax call.No here is the tricky thing. Everything executes fine but in my b.js from where i am calling fun i am not able to get the returned by fun;But if i simply have an alert box then i am able to get the value/I tried jquery ajax with asynch attribute as false But still no results
I'm so happy my jquery is dispatching a serverside script (ajax) and it is working I have verified in the database.Now I would like to provide some feedback to the user so first go will be alert, later I will do something snazzy.I am just getting head around jQuery, so please excuse noobness of question. I will think that either one or the other of these alerts below would fire, but neither of them do and nothing also logs in the console.