Nowadays, many API providers support JSONP requests. One reason for this is that most web browsers disable cross-domain requests when using basic Ajax. For…
JSONP stands for JSON with Padding. Requesting a file from another domain can cause problems, due to cross-domain policy. Requesting an external script from another domain does not have this problem. JSONP uses this advantage, and request files using the script tag instead of the XMLHttpRequest object.
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