Author Archives: oyvind.kinsey

v2.3.1 – bugfix

v2.3.1 contains a fix for a bug in the new NixTransport. This bug would cause the ‘onReady’ function to be called prior to the constructor returning – meaning that the reference to the transport/rpc would still be undefined.

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v2.3.0 is out

As announced earlier, work has been done to a new transport that targets IE6 and IE7 specifically. This transport has now been improved and RPC-calls made are now actually using as little as ¬†‘0’ milliseconds (very little that is) back … Continue reading

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new transport for IE6/7, as fast as postMessage, and with NO dependencies!

Until now, if you wanted hi-speed communication in IE6/IE7 you would have to resort to the NameTransport, but this has its drawbacks It makes a ‘rattling’ sound when it navigates the documents It requires a html-file, name.html, present on both … Continue reading

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v2.2.0 is out

Recently I have dived back in to the RPC feature and I have managed to improve this quite a lot. No more isVoid/isAsync These are no longer needed as all of this is automatically handled by the RpcBehavior. Optional callbacks … Continue reading

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easyXDM and prototype.js, how to make it work

This is no longer needed from v2.1.0 as easyXDM now feature tests for a valid JSON implementation. Cross-domain RPC was made easy by the introduction of easyXDM, but there are still obstacles to be found, especially when using libraries like … Continue reading

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Creating a bookmarklet with easyXDM

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

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Supported browsers

One of the goals of easyXDM is to support all browsers that are in common use, and to provide the same features for all. One of the strategies for reaching this is to follow defined standards, plus using feature detection … Continue reading

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Setting up your first Socket

The first thing you should do to familiarize yourself with the library is to set up a simple easyXDM.Socket class, which will allow cross domain communication with messages going both from the consumer to the provider, and the other way … Continue reading

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