I’ve currently got a project where I need to provide an OpenID Provider (OP) to authenticate users using Active Directory (AD), something that shouldn’t be to much of a hassle. But there is a catch: the OP needs to be outside the firewall in order to talk to the Relying Parties (RP) and is unable […]
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Major improvements has been added to the project and I am proud to soon be able to release version 2.0, a release that features a new and simpler API, and a stack approach that is highly customizable when it comes to adding new features. I would really love to get some feedback on the current state before releasing the new […]
A lot has been going on with easyXDM over the past week, and I am proud to finally be able to release a version where all transport types, even the ones for IE6, deliver the same set of features. From now on all the transports (and all the relying classes) supports Reliability, ‘guaranteed’ delivery of […]
With the newest release, 1.7.4 (see the commits here), we have added two important features, fragmenting for the HashTransport, and queing for both the HashTransport and NameTransport
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. To make it easier to do this using easyXDM, I have now published an example how how to do this here. It really […]
To accommodate older browsers that does not implement the postMessage interface, easyXDM is able to fall back to using the URI fragment trick, and until now this has meant that the provided hash.html file had to be uploaded to the local domain (the ‘calling’ domain). This seems to be a dealbreaker for many as they […]
The newest version of easyXDM (v1.5.3) now includes two new classes, the easyXDM.WidgetManager, and easyXDM.Widget. These make it extremely easy to make mashups based on the subscribe/publish architecture.
Please see easyXDM for updated info! I’ve just completed the first version of my cross-site scripting library easyXSS. It is available at http://code.google.com/p/easyxss/ under a MIT-license. As it is now it supports simple messaging between windows of different domains, but it also supports proxying method calls and results between them making it well-suited for creating […]