For an internal application I have an ajax search functionality built that queries a database and returns customers names on key entry. So I type in “Acm” I get a listing of:
I also found out IE 7 is slow on some Google sites where a ton of XML traffic is being returned, like their Google Maps.
I started playing around with IE 7’s options, turning off Phishing filter, testing, no luck and so on. When I turned off the native XMLHttp support as seen below, my application ran perfectly fast on IE7. IE 7 is set up to fall back to the Microsoft.XMLHTTP Active X object if this gets turned off.
So this makes me wonder.
- If so, did they follow the spec?
- If so, is their object code buggy or just plain slow
- If so, why would you ship with this option turned on by default?
This has egg on the face written all over it.
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