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Javascript Methods

Damian Flynn 5 years ago in iRidium Script / AV and Driver scripts updated by Sergey (expert) 5 years ago 10
I am currently converting a node.js program to be a driver in Iridium, and have some basic issues with Javascript functions not defined.

For example text.subscript and text.replace fail, but text.slice appears to work.

Where can i find the list of methods and functions which are supported in the Iridium implementation; as i am currently suck; or can i import/reference outside modules to add functions, and reuse work done?

thanks
Damian
Figured out that the object types were incorrect, and i need to do a conversion before the string methods were offered.


We've adopt a lot of node.js libraries under iRidium.

Damian, you are nice guy and going right way :)
My driver for the ELK M1 / NESS M1 Security Panel is now communicating, messages are getting parsed; and today I hope to be able to send Arming and Disarming commands :)

I do think that this driver will be much better running on iRidium Server, as there would be much options for event triggers, which running on the UI panel will not make a lot of logic.

Thanks for the encouragement.
For example, we've created small wrapper (adoptation) of base64 library for iRidium - https://bitbucket.org/estbeetoo/beetoo_isa_base64
Ohhh, That is interesting. The ELK has two modes of connection - SSL or Clear; I have chosen clear for obvious reasons; but with this trick; i might be able to use existing modules to establish the secure channel..

Very Cool
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It's cool, really ))
We've thinked about "adopt pure JavaScript TLS library for iRidium". But there are a lot of binary data processing.
And in the SEE (Simple Ecma Script) there are no Typed arrays support. It's really sad :(
Hello, iRidium, do you see this? =)
Under review
Yes we see, and we are able to add Typed arrays in SEE natively. It is planned.
Hi, guys!

Please, announce the date: when you are planning to release typed array.

P.S.: please, implement it in a way, as closer to nodejs typed array, as you can :)
Hi, it can be added in the 3.0 version of the app.