> On Sep 17, 2016, at 5:13 PM, ABC DEF <recalcitrantbogg...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm pretty new to this, and it seems every question is off-topic on
> stackoverflow, so I'll ask here and if it is still off-topic here, may you
> direct me to somewhere where it is relevant?
> I have a distant Java server that transfers data to a Node socket. I need to
> manipulate and use this data so that it appears on the webpage in a different
> form, the manipulation of which can only be done on the client-side
> of (seemingly needless) depth involved and I'm finding it incredibly
> problem a heavy challenge for me.
> Would the best way to be to set a variable in HTML to "input" and get Node to
> that variable and set it blank when it is done with it? Some intuition would
> be appreciated. Thanks.
It's hard to know if your question is on-topic because it's very confusing.
on the server. Often, people use that capability to create a web server. That
web server can produce HTML and send it to a client (i.e. web browser) which
interprets and displays it the same way it would were it received from any
other web server stack (e.g. Apache or Nginx, possibly having been generated by
of course send other types of files to the client (web browser) as well, such
the same way it always does.
necessity of the security concerns inherent in running untrusted code. You
wouldn't want any random web site you visit to be able to have direct access to
So, what, specifically, is the data you are sending from your remote Java app
does it have to appear on the web page? Can you show any code of what you've
done so far, and show us what it currently outputs or does and what you want it
to output or do instead?
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