03.01.2005 - Version 2.0 #1
There are a few benefits to it being done this way:
- It will now work on localhost and servers on private networks.
- Less load for slayeroffice.
With this update, I also brought the stylings of the favelet up to date to reflect the look of more recent stuff (it had that light blue circa 2003 look), added drag functionality and avoided innerHTML so that it will work on application/xhtml+xml mime types.
Unfortunately, this doesn't want to work in Opera 8.0 because its implementation of the XMLHttpRequest object is still a bit lacking. Opera users of the Favelet Suite will get the old version.
Posted by Andrew Wooldridge on March 9, 2005 @ 7:38 pm
And the AJAX thing too - man, I hate that name, I've been playing around with xmlhttp quite a bit lately. I rewrote the response header favelet to use it, and I'm about to employ a solution with it at work that kevin talks about here: http://centricle.com/archive/2005/03/xmlhttprequest-for-usability
Are you going to SXSW?
Posted by Steve on March 9, 2005 @ 9:30 pm
Posted by Steve on March 9, 2005 @ 9:57 pm
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