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I'm sure this has to be a fairly common question, but I couldn't find much info on it.
I am building a mobile app that will not have access to any server-side languages (aka, no PHP). It will be deployed in conjunction with PhoneGap, or something similar.
My app will need to authenticate the user against my web server so that the user can access the private info / settings that the webserver has saved for them.
This reallly has to be a common issue...how what approach do you guys usually take?
Word...on a tangent...how secure is the Ajax method? I like the simplicity, but always wondered about that. I don't have crazy private info to store, but if I'm sending a password over the wire, then it should probably be a little secure..
If over SSL and using POST it is very secure. If it is a GET request (reason I would not suggest JSONP if doing cross origin) is that the url is still sent over in plain text and params in a GET request are in the url.