How to share resources crossing domain
These code snippet are a case collection for sharing resources between different domains.
Server Proxy is using web server to request data from other domain(s) and than provide to self domain,
Flash has another security policy, it’s can load data from another domain by setting the policy flie crossdomain.xml.
After setting specific HTTP response headers, the resource can to shared to other domains.
domain and sub-domain can conmunicate each other after setting their window’s domain property to the same.
In a window frame, we can assign value to the name property and then change the location URL to the same domain
as parent window frame, then the parent can read the name property. this is a efficient method to share data cross domain.
window.postMessage is a newer method, which has less browsers support at present, to share data between domains.
FIM – Fragment Identiter Message
the containing page sets the URL fragment identifier of an embedded IFrame, and the IFrame must poll to detect changes
in the value of its location.hash property. this technique allow two-way comunications.
We can using Flash LocalConnection API to communicate crossing domain, this API allow different SWF call each other, the SWF
can be embeded in HTML page, or play in a standlone player.
Cross Frame is a variant of the URL fragment identifier mechanism, which add a blank iframe as a proxy, no extra history records occur
and needn’t polling the location hash chang. It however cannot work on Opera, so we need using an other way for Opera browser.
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