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SVG and DHTML support with persistent HTTP/tomcat


there is now an example available how to use xmlBlaster
with a persistent http connection to a browser.

The browser displays this information as

* DHTML in two frames
* SVG plugin (e.g. form Adobe)

Read xmlBlaster/demo/http/README how to set it up.

I believe the xmlBlaster - SVG viewer is
the killer app of the future (for dynamic content).

Both puzzles are fully generic, allowing
to distribute GUI views as svg files,
connecting messages/dynamic data
and displaying real time stuff without

OK, you need to code the framework
but the different views are generic.

I try to set up a demo page on xmlBlaster.org
the next days.



-- Marcel Ruff mailto:ruff at swand.lake.de http://www.lake.de/home/lake/swand/ http://www.xmlBlaster.org