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    Ajax push implementations?


    Hi

    We are using Ext in combination with comet/jquery. I am wondering if Ext alone could the do the same job?

    Anybody who did that?

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    Hi,

    have a look at Ext.Direct. You can probably write an adapter for it that connects to your Comet endpoint. I could easily write one for the NGiNX_HTTP_Push_Module by using PollingProvider as a basis.
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    I am using Ext.Direct for simple polling.

    I have done some testing with Ext.Direct where I hold the request on the server side, and return it when either there is new information or if a time-out has reached. Thereby decreasing the number of requests and improving the response time. My first impression was that I can use Ext.Direct, but I have to do more testing (the tricky bit is obviously the server side, for which I use lighttpd with fastcgi, with the server application programmed in C).

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