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v2.4.13 – new security release

May 2nd, 2011 by oyvind.kinsey 
v2.4.13 has just been released which removes some vulnerabilities discovered that could be used for an XSS-attack. This release, and specifically the new FlashTransport has now been audited by a member of the Google Security-team, and we are quite confident in its level of security. So, update as soon as possible. Announcement group A new group, easxdm-announce, has now been created that will be...

Microsoft Security Bulletin MS11-018

April 13th, 2011 by oyvind.kinsey 
Microsoft will today (2011-04-12) start to push out cumulative update that affects amongst others Internet Explorer 6 and Internet Explorer 7. For these two browsers easyXDM provides a transport called NixTransport, which was derived from the work done on the Apache Shindig project, and this transport works by exploiting one of the security holes closed with this security update. Most home users will...

v2.4.4 – New feature and bug-fix release

August 2nd, 2010 by oyvind.kinsey 
Fixed Implemented return of ajax error messages: Implemented lazy initialization: Implemented DOMContentReady detection: All who are supporting IE6/7 should upgrade as the bug in the...

Yet another bug-fix release, important!

July 26th, 2010 by oyvind.kinsey 
Today I spent some time (a lot actually) testing the framework in different browsers, and then especially in older ones like Firefox 2 and Safari 3. I quickly discovered that not all was as it should be, and that there could be several improvements made. The HashTransport In the HashTransport I have now removed the support for using onresize to notify about new messages, and polling is now always used....

New feature and bug-fix release

July 25th, 2010 by oyvind.kinsey 
Fixed Implemented Fixed some minor issues relating to ajax. Grab it from Ohloh!

Uploading files cross-domain, ajax-style

July 22nd, 2010 by oyvind.kinsey 
Uploading files the ‘ajax’-style is something that has been easy to do, as it’s really as easy as targeting a hidden iframe and returning the windows content after load. But when doing these uploads cross-domain, how are you then to get back the response? Well, once again, easyXDM comes to the rescue 🙂 (more…)

Article at Script Junkie

July 7th, 2010 by oyvind.kinsey 
I recently contributed at the MSDN site Script Junkie with the article Cross-Document Messaging and RPC, it explains some of the inner workings of easyXDM. Check it out!

v2.4.0 is out – feature release

June 20th, 2010 by oyvind.kinsey 
Many users has been confused by the need to wait for the onReady event before using the Socket or Rpc instance. Well, this requirement is now gone as easyXDM will buffer all actions and execute these once the transport is ready, and this means that you can now do var socket = new easyXDM.Socket({ ... }); socket.postMessage("foobar"); without getting a nasty error!

v2.3.3 is out – bugfix release

June 18th, 2010 by oyvind.kinsey 
Two issues has been resolved in this release

v2.3.2 is out

June 5th, 2010 by oyvind.kinsey 
Version 2.3.2 has just been released, and provides a feature that has been sought after by many. Earlier, when you wanted to style the iframe created by easyXDM, you would have to access it using its container, and then set the style manually. This is no longer needed. By adding a props property to the transports configuration, you can now apply arbitrary properties to the iframe. This is how you would...