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CPAINT

CPAINT (Cross-Platform Asynchronous INterface Toolkit) is a true AJAX (Asynchronous JavaScript+XML) and JSRS (JavaScript Remote Scripting) implementation that supports both PHP and ASP/VBscript. CPAINT provides the code required to implement AJAX and JSRS on the back-end, while the returned data is manipulated, formatted, and displayed on the front-end in JavaScript. This allows you to build Web applications that can provide nearly real-time feedback to the user, including nearly real-time data updates.

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Recent releases

  •  20 Oct 2006 21:16

    Release Notes: Major changes, including multiple bugfixes, refactoring and enhancement of the proxy utility, a new JSON implementation, and proper handling of leading zeros.

    •  09 Feb 2006 05:12

      Release Notes: A potential security hole with invalid response types was fixed.

      •  19 Jan 2006 19:29

        Release Notes: This release brings many new changes and bugfixes, including JSON support and security preferences for the proxy utility. Unfortunately, the ASP implementation was dropped in this release.

        •  06 Sep 2005 04:54

          Release Notes: A plain text response is now returned when using the XML|OBJECT response type as second parameter to user-defined callback function. A cpaint.capable property was added for determining AJAX-compatible browsers. CPAINT parameters when not using the CPAINT API with a proxy were fixed. Issues with calling object methods were fixed along with HTTP authentication in the proxy file. Security regarding incoming function arguments in ASP was fixed.

          •  19 Aug 2005 17:58

            Release Notes: Regarding media reports and security advisories, this version is not affected by the bug reported in versions prior to 1.3-SP and 1.3-SP2.

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