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LCD in webbrowser

November 19, 2006 | 10:25 am

Hi,

does anybody know of a way for displaying the contents of an lcd-
object within a webbrowser (in -quasi- real-time) ?

any help appreciated ! ;-)

cheers.
m


November 19, 2006 | 11:02 am

On 19 nov. 06, at 11:25, Marlon Schumacher wrote:

> Hi,
>
> does anybody know of a way for displaying the contents of an lcd-
> object within a webbrowser (in -quasi- real-time) ?

- use the write message tosave the contents of the LCD object to a
picture file
- send the picture to the website via jit.uldl
- use some web "intelligence" to refresh the page.

or

- use jit.desktop to get the "picture" of your LCD
- use jit.broadcast to send that to the world
- in your webpage, put a broadcast link

Just thinking, I never tried…

Best,
ej


November 19, 2006 | 11:17 am

Hi,

If you have jitter, you can use jit.lcd, export image to jpg file and upload
it to server using jit.uldl

Otherwise, you can save lcd contents to a PICT file using writepict message,
but you’ll have to find a way to convert it to something all browsers can
read.

Best,
nesa


November 19, 2006 | 8:25 pm

Depending on what you’re doing, Processing could be a good solution: http://www.processing.org.

JM


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