Monthly Archives: March 2010
Bookmarklets has been common for a long time and are quite easy to make. But one thing that you often see when examining the code behind bookmarklets are that most of the code is just to facilitate simple cross domain … Continue reading
To be able to use easyXDM in you project, either as a provider, consumer or both, there are a few things that you need to do.
Finally, the new easyXDM v2.0 is here! This is really not just an incremental update, but instead, it builds on the internal changes made > 1.7.0 and exposes this using a new, simpler, but still familiar API. This also means … Continue reading
As fun as transferring simple strings from one domain to another might sound; is this really what you need? While some applications (like the resize iframe example) might need nothing more, most often what you want is to be able … Continue reading
As mashups are getting more and more common a problem that keeps arising is how to include data from external domains in a safe way.
One thing that many are using easyXDM (and other cross-domain hacks) for, is to dynamically change the size of embedded iframes based on the contents size, so as to avoid the scrollbars. With easyXDM this is really easy: