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JanRain Engage in an AJAX environment

Published on November 22, 2010 By Arnoud ten Hoedt

We where looking to embed Janrain in a somewhat complex AJAX driven single page interface flow. The default behavior of the JanRain Engage part of the flow is to redirect the top window to the token_url. As you can imagine this messes up your SPI state.

Content as a service.

Published on November 5, 2010 By Arnoud ten Hoedt

While having discussions with some colleagues, I find it amazing how otherwise very knowledgeable content management specialist find it very complex to see that the next generation for web content delivery should be content as a service. Talking endlessly on terms like pre-publishing, caching, creating complex webservices, reverting back to JSP’s, PHP’s or servlets, it’s […]

JSONP-DOM, JSONP without callback querystring.

Published on October 31, 2010 By Arnoud ten Hoedt

While working on centrally hosted Backbase widgets we needed a JSONP solution that is cachable by proxies (Squid, akamai) as well for browsers. Where regular JSONP requires the response to wrap the response using a callback. As we have full control on the response, the solution we came up with (and dubbed “JSONP-DOM”) is to […]

Working around __flash_removeCallback

Published on September 20, 2010 By Arnoud ten Hoedt

Abusing your own blog for delicious like bookmarking should be forbidden! Either way, Dave Smith provides (see comment section) a nice workaround for __flash_removeCallback “Object required” alerts when embedding flash in internet explorer and reloading the page. <script type=”text/javascript”> (function(){var s=function(){__flash__removeCallback=function(i,n){if(i)i[n]=null;};window.setTimeout(s,10);};s();})(); </script> I decreased the setTimeout interval to somewhat higher then 10ms, because for me […]