[1/7] from: greggirwin:mindspring at: 30-Jul-2003 11:55
Hi All, I had someone ask me about doing co-browsing with REBOL (i.e. teleconferences where one person can lead several participants through web sites). Has anyone tackled this, or the web-gurus out there have any thoughts about how you might approach it? Thanks! --Gregg
[2/7] from: maximo::meteorstudios::com at: 30-Jul-2003 14:04
[3/7] from: greggirwin:mindspring at: 30-Jul-2003 12:33
Thanks Max, browse/only may open a new window for each request though, which would be bad. I need to find out more about how they want it to work. The more REBOL can be in control of the process the easier it will be. -- Gregg
[4/7] from: maximo:meteorstudios at: 30-Jul-2003 14:38
you could also put a rebol proxy in between them and the server. whenever they ask a page, it redirects them to a url that you just copy/paste in the proxy server... you open a reply port and just dump to it whatever you read from the server's current url link, each time a client requests a connection. that's quick and easy, and much more flexible... !!! -max ----------- meteor Studios, T.D. ----------- Never Argue with an idiot. They will bring you down to their level and beat you with experience
[5/7] from: maximo:meteorstudios at: 30-Jul-2003 14:43
you can also do it as a cgi script which prints out the content of another page. incidently, the url to that page is a one line file stored somewhere the cgi script can get to it. all your "server" needs to do is change the url in that path, and everytime the clients want to see the current page, they just press update in their browser which points to the cgi script. I think this is the simplest method. -max ----------- meteor Studios, T.D. ----------- Never Argue with an idiot. They will bring you down to their level and beat you with experience
[6/7] from: robert:muench:robertmuench at: 31-Jul-2003 17:43
> -----Original Message----- > From: [rebol-bounce--rebol--com] [mailto:[rebol-bounce--rebol--com]]
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