Behind the scenes…

Here we are. We should talk about the hard works we’ve done in this days; much features are changed or will be changed in the future, so this is the case of letting you know what we want do.


AJAXerizing the site :)

One of the most important updates will be the client-side updates code; to make all the site dynamic we use this library hosted by Google:


This library is called “jquery”; and this is an example of some of the method we are upgrading time to time in all pages:

[code]$(“button”).click(function(){ $.post(“[DATAPAGE.HTML”,function(data,status){ // HERE WE OPEN AN ALERT FOR TESTING PURPOSE ONLY alert(“Data: ” + data + “\nStatus: ” + status); }); });[/code]

So all the buttons and all the request/send informations from or to pages will be updated with this simple method. (this example is only for testing/demo purpose only)

We should (and will) update all the pages of MyeTV with the latest version of this javascript-client-side library. In the meantime the hard works on the new MyeTV Sharer are started and still in progress with new features, thanks also to the javascript library. From today we will use only ajax-call to communicate from pages to pages. All the pages not updated yet, will be updated with this ajax technology. Only to test some of the new features we will offer to all, try to link a youtube video in the sharer-[Sharer]: [the section of the platform with which the networks can share content, inside or outside of the platform]! Magic comes… In the next days we will open the sharer for the message sharing, so you can attach messages to your video/image/link or only text; we will update the feed again to match the new features (text sharing); and we will update the friend/public system and we will add the tag (or circle) system. This new features, and much much more features in the meantime, will comes in the next days!

We have also updated the secure SSL (https) connection in the login-[Login]: [an act of logging in to a computer, database, website or system] process. You can now login with a secure encrypted connection (https).

Stay Tuned, folks!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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