You’d think that one of the most commonly used objects in jQuery would be well-documented and readily Google-able. But if it is, I’m searching for the wrong stuff. Below I’ve posted some screen captures of what lurks within XMLHttpRequest. I generated these by running “console.log(request)” on an XMLHttpRequest object named “request”.
Top level accessors and functions (click for full size):
Most of the juicy stuff is inside .channel (again, click for full size):
Unfortunately, it seems that Firefox or jQuery considers it a breach of security to actually access any of this juicy info stored in .channel.