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:
- Decompress minimax.zip and upload
- Activate the plugin through the Plugins menu in WordPress
- 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
- Added function mnmx_xmlentities
- New cache system fixed.
- 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.
- New cache system to solve a bug with cache plugins.
- Using fsockopen when server hasn’t curl installed and is an external file.
- Changed the CRLE in the script.
- The stable release, probed with IE, Firefox, Safari and Chrome
- The code has been indented, documented and standardised.
- Return false if can’t conect to the filename (function mnmx_readfile).
- Use fopen instead of cUrl if the file is local.
- Now you can set the event handler. See the readme.txt in the example directory.
- This is a requiered update.
- Developed a new semaphore system to solve a situation with IE.