I was searching for a way how to communicate between multiple tabs or windows in a browser (on the same domain, not CORS) without leaving traces. There were several solutions:   using window object postMessage cookies localStorage   The first is pr...
I'm currently working with GitHub's Electron framework, and I'm trying to send a cloned DOM element from a preloaded script in a webview through their IPC messaging system to my renderer process. Though, DOM elements are not able to be co...
I have an application that is listening for incoming data from an IPC Renderer Channel. Here is my setup:  container that sends data to angular app (mainWindow):  mainWindow.loadURL('http://www.myangularapp.com') //where the angular app lives...
Use case  I've got an existing project developed in C# using WinForms with custom controls for the GUI. We are amazed by the approach to write GUIs using HTML/CSS/JS and we are looking for the best way to write a GUI for our desktop application u...
I'm trying this out:  var child = spawn('node', args, {cwd: parentDir, stdio: 'ipc'} );   (args is an array of parameters)  but it gives the following error:      TypeError: Incorrect value of stdio option: ipc   This actually wor...
I try to get the ipcRenderer module from electron in typescript to send informations from the current component to the core and to get informations back to the window (electron-chromium-browser). All I get is a error "Module not found" by tra...
Is there any possibilitie for creating some kind of a callback within a module created by my own?  My problem is that I have written a module for my application. Within this module is done some task and now my main-app should get a feedback that the...
I have PHP server, in which I need to update client A about some client B action, at the moment it's done. How it is normally being accomplished ?  My current solution would be:   A leaves an open $.ajax(...).done(function myCallBack(){...}); cal...
I have read and re-read this page, as well as run the samples:  http://code.google.com/chrome/extensions/background_pages.html  But I don't seem to grasp how to do the background communication between the background.html, popup.html, and content....
Is there a way to make client-side interprocess communication between multiple web pages in javascript? Ideally I'd like to accomplish this without any complex server status updating, pinging, etc. and make it work solely on the client. If I coul...

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