[En-Nut-Discussion] AJAX on ethernut
ulrich.hertlein at artcom.de
Thu Jul 27 18:56:27 CEST 2006
Greg wood wrote:
> I am a newbie myself, but here it is:
> It looks like it should work, but I'm not sure how ethernut would do the responce write stuff.
The beauty with AJAX is that you don't need any additional components
requests for URLs to which you answer with HTML snippets.
All the web-server/ethernut needs to do is respond to the requests from
the client (which is more-or-less the only thing a web-server does anyway.)
>> At 08:27 27.07.2006 -0600, you wrote:
>>> Hello everyone
>>> I am wondering if anyone has used AJAX technology on ethernut
>> boards. I
>>> plan to develop a robot control application for which AJAX would
>> help to
>>> provide a smooth user interface by updating sensors readings
>> (i.e. GPS)
>>> and allowing control without having to continually re-submit a
>> page. If
>>> there are any examples of using AJAX, I would like to see them.
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