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minimax

Description

This plugin is required by other plugins I have developed. Take a look at the readme.txt in the /doc/ directory to know what can minimax do.

These are the plugins that use minimax:

Installation

  1. Decompress minimax.zip and upload /minimax/ to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory.
  2. Activate the plugin through the Plugins menu in WordPress

FAQ

Why minimax?

Because it’s a minimal ajax library.

How do yo dare to create another Ajax library?

Yes, I know there are many Ajax libraries available, but they are too complex and I need just the basic part. Also add those libraries in each plugin would be a redundanct code situation.

But, you know, there is an Ajax library in WP!

Yes, there is an Ajax library in WP, but I need an extra element it hasn’t, and hacking the WP Ajax library wasn’t an user friendly situation in order to make a plugin easy to install by common users. A common user wants to install, not to hack.

Can I use minimax with my plugins?

Yes you can. Take a look at the readme file in /doc/ directory, and see the example. Remember this is an Ajax library, so it has the same limits other Ajax libraries do have.

Contributors & Developers

“minimax” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors

Translate “minimax” into your language.

Interested in development?

Browse the code, check out the SVN repository, or subscribe to the development log by RSS.

Changelog

0.3.7

  • Added function mnmx_xmlentities
  • Added a library with common javascript functions (check_email and email_intext)

0.3.6

  • New cache system fixed.

0.3.5

  • Ok, as lusers don’t read the FAQ I have to create the cache dir elsewhere to not have problems with cache plugins. Sorry guys, have to recreate the fuking cache.

0.3.4

  • New cache system to solve a bug with cache plugins.

0.3.3

  • Using fsockopen when server hasn’t curl installed and is an external file.

0.3.2

  • Javascript code depured with validators.

0.3.1

  • Changed the CRLE in the script.

0.3

  • The stable release, probed with IE, Firefox, Safari and Chrome

0.2.9.1

  • The code has been indented, documented and standardised.

0.2.9

  • Return false if can’t conect to the filename (function mnmx_readfile).
  • Use fopen instead of cUrl if the file is local.

0.2.8

  • Now you can set the event handler. See the readme.txt in the example directory.

0.2.7

  • This is a requiered update.
  • Developed a new semaphore system to solve a situation with IE.