Andrew Dodson is announcing that hello.js with version number 1.7.5 is already available to download.
What is hello.js ?
hello.js uses a simple modular structure to provide support for various OAuth operations and common, well-known services.While v2 is natively supported, if you’re still working with a v1 OAuth system, then hello.js can help you as well, but only using a OAuth proxy.By default the hello.js core only provides generic methods for dealing with authentication requests and responses, and all the supported OAuth services are packaged as external modules.So if you want to support a Google sign-in system, just load the hello.js core and the Google module.Supported OAuth providers:FacebookGoogleWindowsDropboxTwitterInstagramFoursquareSoundcloudYahoo!FlickrGitHubLinkedIn
This is changelog for hello.js version 1.7.5 :
- Released fully integrated Promise design.
You can read the complete changelog and also download this latest version on their homepage: adodson.com