unnecessary round trip in the case of XHR calls. This might sound
crazy, but why not just handle the redirect on the server? I realize
in some cases a redirect will probably be better if the redirected
resource is cached, but that's not always the case.
Is there any advice/prior art on doing such a thing, and is it
sensible to do it? I'm thinking the best way is to monkey-patch the
default redirect_to method.
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