Data to/from website
I’m trying to make a patch which stores data coming from a serial input in a database, and then makes the data visible in a website.
I’ve managed to get the patch done up to the point where all the data is stored in a mysql database (thanks to the mysql object), and I can read the data out of the database again.
The problem is getting the data on a website. I’ve read some forums
about using the jweb object and I understand that some is possible.
My problem is that I’m a advanced maxer, but I know very little about JAVA and CSS, HTML etc.
Is there a way to get data from MAX onto a website/server without complex JAVA etc. programming?
You can upload using FTP with [jit.uldl], have a look at the helpfile and documentation.
Thanks, that’s a very usefull tool, but not exactly what I needed:
I want to have a machine which runs MAX and acts as a server, it needs to put data from a database into something which is readable as a graph in a browswer.
A good thing would be that I could make the grapgh in max (with LCD) and then make that graph visible in a browser.
The [jweb] object is for displaying web pages in max rather than the other way around.
Thanks a lot, i’ll check it out.
You can also run a web server within MaxMSP, with data values populated by Max itself. See
I am searching for a way to pass variables to jweb without reloading the page.
I’m really looking forward to this beacause I’m working with google maps routes and I can’t reload the page without loosing previous routes each time.
I tried several ways, including net.loadbang.web, but seems impossible to make a page reload the $variables without reloading the whole thing.
Anybody knows how?