[Laszlo-dev] Fwd: [dojo-contributors] xdDojo 0.3.1 on AOL's CDN
jgrandy at openlaszlo.org
Tue Jun 13 17:32:32 EDT 2006
We will need to support cross-domain loading in Legals, I think.
I've filed a task on this in JIRA as LPP-2190.
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> From: "James Burke" <jburke at dojotoolkit.org>
> Date: June 13, 2006 2:24:02 PM PDT
> To: dojo-interest at dojotoolkit.org, "dojo dev." <dojo-
> contributors at dojotoolkit.org>
> Subject: [dojo-contributors] xdDojo 0.3.1 on AOL's CDN
> Reply-To: "dojo dev." <dojo-contributors at dojotoolkit.org>
> AOL's AIMPages group (http://aimpages.com) just put a cross-domain
> (xdomain) build of Dojo 0.3.1 up on their CDN. What does this mean for
> you? If you follow the guidelines here:
> you can load all of the Dojo JS packages from AOL's CDN instead of
> your domain. Benefits:
> * You get more connections in MSIE, since you can load from another
> domain. Faster loading.
> * You get increased cacheability/startup if many of your
> applications use the same xdDojo installation.
> * Package loading does not block the rest of the page from filling
> in as with Dojo's normal, synchronous loading.
> * With a local install, your ISP may charge you for all of those
> Dojo bits that you are serving.
> NOTE: You still need a local Dojo installation for some non-JS
> resources, but all the Dojo JS files will be loaded from the CDN. The
> widgets have their HTML and CSS interned into the xd files, so that
> data will be xdomain loaded too.
> Test page that demonstrated how to use the AOL CDN for xdDojo:
> xdDojo build of the Ajax profile (in case you want to host your own
> xdomain Dojo build):
> That xdDojo build was generated with the following build command from
> the 0.3.1 release:
> ant -Dprofile=ajax -DdojoLoader=xdomain -Ddocless=true
> -Dversion=0.3.1.xdomain clean release intern-strings
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