On Tue, 22 Jan 2002, Joffrey van Wageningen wrote:
> socket to the server (read: the php script running). the only realy useful
> language is javascript becouse flash and java are not portable on some
> platforms. the next problem is javascript isnt able (for security reasons)
> to open a socket to the outside.

But it would be better to have just a server written in C/C++/whatever and
then a Java applet to connect to the server from the browser, just as
almost every chat around the www do (even an IRC server would do the job
propperly secured). Disadvantages:  the browser must support Java applets
(not a big deal anyway, since with an "HTML" chat you'll most likely need
frames). I see this solution simpler.


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