So after searching the Internet for some cross domain AJAX stuff, I noticed two interesting articles. The first was the specifics of writing these queries (located here). Then, the next gave a breakdown of how this might be useful in a mash-up collaborative sense (here).
The one missing point was how the collaboration should occur. There is talk about same parent domain but I think everyone’s forgetting about the DNS/webserver changes that need to happen.
In order to prove my concept on my windows box, I set up the examples. In that previous example, domain D had a subdomain of D_s which pointed to E.
I determined what the IP address of E was and entered that into my hosts file (I don’t have access to a DNS server at the moment) followed by the subdomain D_s.
Next, using apache, I found the virtual host for E, and put in ‘ServerAlias D_s’. This will make sure that the incoming connection to that IP will also respond to that sub domain.
I just wanted to jot this down to help fill in the hole I noticed. :)