January 14, 2015

We Got You Covered with Jscrambler 3.7

by Jscrambler

We Got You Covered with Jscrambler 3.7

We are glad to announce the launch of our new version of Jscrambler, 3.7. We have developed it with a focus on being able to protect all the main JavaScript libraries and frameworks.

We paid attention to detail and made Jscrambler more compliant than ever so that you can protect your JavaScript and HTML5 whatever your technology stack may be. But we did not stop there, we made quite a few other changes that we think will help you be more prepared, safe and efficient while developing and selling your application. Take a look and share your thoughts with us!

Compliant like no other

We made Jscrambler the most compliant protection tool in the market. It can now handle special cases we identified where some transformations need to behave differently, for instance, cases like AngularJS custom HTML attributes that contain names of Angular custom modules and controllers or the example of module loaders (RequireJS) that load scripts that oblige some transformations to behave differently.

We have also developed an automatic process to ensure compliance with all current libraries and frameworks. You can have access to our compliance tests so you can check everything yourself. You can even suggest your own, or third party, libraries to be tested.

Preparing for JavaScript’s future

At Jscrambler we pay attention to how technologies keep changing so our 3.7 version lays the foundations to support ECMASCRIPT 6 (Harmony), which will soon be compliant with all browsers, by introducing JavaScript strict mode compatibility and Harmony’s generators protection. These are the first steps to our next major release which will aim to support the Harmony’s features as soon as they come available on major browsers, so stay tuned!

Faster and Easier

From now on Atom, the new text editor by GitHub made in JavaScript, will be integrated with Jscrambler to make your obfuscation requests quicker and effortless. We’ve developed a plugin that allows you to request obfuscation directly from the editor. Editor's Note: This Atom package has been deprecated as of 2019.

Another Channel to your Users

Domain Lock and Expiration Date features will now able you to inform your application’s users about why it has stopped working whether if it’s running on an unauthorized domain or because they need to renew their subscription for example. Do it right on the spot with no complications. Communication gets easier, the user experience improves and your sales go up!

How Can I Get it?

It’s simple. Go to the “My Account” page, under “Obfuscation settings”, and change your version from 3.5.1/3.6 to 3.7.

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