It is an opaque object, but because it's also an
XMLHttpRequestEventTarget, event listeners can be attached to track its process.
Note: Attaching event listeners to this object prevents the request from being a "simple request" and will cause a preflight request to be issued if cross-origin; see CORS. Because of this, event listeners need to be registered before calling
send() or upload events won't be dispatched.
Note: The spec also seems to indicate that event listeners should be attached after
open(). However, browsers are buggy on this matter, and often need the listeners to be registered before
open() to work.
The following events can be triggered on an upload object and used to monitor the upload:
||The upload has begun.|
||Periodically delivered to indicate the amount of progress made so far.|
||The upload operation was aborted.|
||The upload failed due to an error.|
||The upload completed successfully.|
The upload timed out because a reply did not arrive within the time
interval specified by the
The upload finished. This event does not differentiate between success
or failure, and is sent at the end of the upload regardless of the
outcome. Prior to this event, one of
|XMLHttpRequest Standard |
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