I've done some research into server push with javascript and have found the general consensus to be that what I'm looking for lies in the "Comet" design pattern. Are there any good implementations of this pattern built on top of jQue...
I'm building a real-time web application As far as I know, the most popular choices are short-polling and long-polling. What are the advantages and disadvantages might there be for measuring one over the other?...
Is there a way in javascript of stopping an iframe in the middle of loading a page? The reason I need to do this is I have a background iframe streaming data from a web server (via a Comet style mechanism) and I need to be able to sever the connectio...
I have to build a simple chat system in PHP using Comet.  I don't know what would be the best approach to this project.  What is the best technique (cross-browser would be nice) to use, and how to implement it? What libraries can I use that alrea...
I'm using jsonp to do cross-domain comet requests, and the "loading" status is really annoying.  Is there any way to suppress this with javascript?  For those who are unfamiliar with jsonp, it basically injects a script tag, except in my...
I'm implementing Comet using the script tag long polling technique, based on this page.  One issue (that I don't think there's a solution for) is the "throbber of doom" - the browser continues to show the document as "loading&...
I am using a Comet, Realtime engine called APE, and I am using jQuery to refresh a PHP image. Initially I load the image like this:  <div id="container"> <img src="image.php" style='background: url(../assets/load.gif) no-...
What's the best way to send data from client to server?  The example code I'm using is from How do I implement basic "Long Polling"?...
I have a javascript-based client that is currently polling a .NET web service for new content.  While polling works...I'm not happy with this approach because I'm using system resources and creating overhead when there aren't any changes...
I am fairly new to Polymer, and only just studied how data binding works. I am porting an existing Dojo application, where there would be:  1) A single store (holding data) for each URL  2) A message from the server when a store element was updated...

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