IMO, this does not belong in core. Firstly, the technology to enable
push resides largely on the server side. Secondly, there is no
standard way to interact with these server side applications, which
suggests these would be better as plugins to support the best comet
implementation for your project.
On Thu, Nov 26, 2009 at 8:16 AM, Sebastien <sebastien.and...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi everybody.
> First of all, I want to congratulate your great work on this
> I'm writing this to propose you a great improvement for the
> framework : the server push.
> server push is also known as Ajax push or reverse Ajax.
> It's in fact a kind of data streaming.
> I searched onto the web a way to do that. I found APE :
> And an another one better : DWR : http://directwebremoting.org/dwr/
> The problem of APE is that it's keep a Ajax connection until server
> give an answer... Then have to make a request for each data that he's
> The problem of DWR is that the server part is Java, then no session...
> But much proper.
> I tried to understant how it works on google docs, but I didn't find
> anything interesting.
> Thanks for your time and your great work. Keep going :)
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