The id.net SDK will dispatch events to alart an application about changes. It’s also possible for applications to use this to make custom events.

  • id.init - Triggered when the SDK is ready to be used.
  • auth.authResponseChange - Triggered login and post register. Returns 1 auth argument.
  • dialog.show - Triggered when a sdk menu is visible.
  • dialog.hide - Triggered when a sdk menu is hidden.
  • dialog.resize - Triggered when a menu needs to resize. Returns 3 arguments, width, height, and overflow.
<script type="text/javascript">
window.idAsyncInit = function() {
  ID.Event.subscribe('auth.authResponseChange', function(auth) {
    console.log(auth);
  });
  ID.Event.subscribe('id.init', function() {
    alert('ID.net SDK initialized!');
  });
  ID.init({
      // Initialization options
  });
}
</script>

Functions

  • subscribers() - return list of subscribers
  • subscribe(name, callback) - Start listening
  • unsubscribe(name, callback) - Stop listening
  • monitor(name, callback) - If you know, please tell us
  • clear(name) - Deletes name from subscribers
  • fire(name) - Trigger an event

Custom Events

var eventCb = function(value) {
  // Do something when the event is fired
}

ID.Event.subscribe('awesome.game.custom.event', eventCb);

var score = 500;
ID.Event.fire('awesome.game.custom.event', score)