Besides, it’s fair to say that the browser teams’ first priority is data security and safety. Omniscient debugger support is understandably lower on their priority list.
Now that’s odd.
My tinkering took off on a wild tangent. Passing a lot of data in one string and round-trip would certainly be faster than doing it in multiple smaller round trips required by fragment identifier messaging (FIM). However, the more I dug into it the more I found that needed to be chased down. Frustrated and out of time, I pushed a note onto the “investigate this further” queue and forced myself back onto the plan of record.
I read his post (discovered via Ajaxian) with skepticism, armed with an array of “Yeah, but what about…” challenges and security issues I vaguely recall running into in my late night tangent. Zyp knocked them all down one by one in his detailed writeup.