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- Realtime client content update
- Terry Hayes
September 12, 2003, 2:30 pm
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up and just use Powerpoint online broadcast. I want to deliver a
presentation via the web but only to one or two viewers. I was hoping to
broadcast (narrowcast I suppose) simple html or dhtml pages which change at
my control. I guess it involves a kind of server push with commands to
update pages from my PC. The important thing is I want to initiate the page
update not have it happen automatically according to a predetermined time
Can anyone help please?
Re: Realtime client content update
have a look at
document header a script element, set the SRC attribute to the URL at
code to remove the script from the header.
You can do this in a setInterval() timer, and have it poll the server to
get new info from a servlet and update the browser document.
dynamically change the document.
I use this in one of my projects. The client using the browser sees the
updates arriving as the servlet finds them. It appears to the casual
user as interactive as a windows application.