AXO stands for ActiveXObject. And the sole purpose of this library is to
ActiveXObject constructor from the environment it's loaded in.
Normally you would just reference the constructor directly by simply mentioning
this constructor in your source file can result in blocking of your
There are 2 ways of tackling this issue:
- Use the active-x-obfuscator and introduce another build step in your code.
AXOand never mention it.
npm install --save axo
This module makes the assumption that it can be loaded in node.js/commonjs based
environment and exports it self on the
module.exports. So using browserify for
the code makes a lot of sense here.
var AXO = ;'htmlfile';