MAX/MSP connecting to web server

    Apr 20 2006 | 11:09 pm
    I'm doing a project, and I can

    • Apr 21 2006 | 4:09 am
      What have you tried so far? You don't mention if the text file is
      available from a URL or if you have to log in to the server to get at
      it. This will make a big difference in the patch. Probably the
      easiest way is to use an MXJ to do it. JAVA has really nice network
      classes for doing all kinds of things.
    • Apr 21 2006 | 6:27 am
      If you take the time to provide a little more information about your
      project (maybe even post a sample patch) users on this list might be
      able point you towards the right direction.
      Without knowing your intentions I suggest to have a look at jit.uldl.
      From the help file: "jit.uld permits file upload to ftp:// URLs, and
      download (to file or Jitter matrix) from http://, https://, ftp://
      and file:/// URLs."
      Bernhard Loibner
      sound & media artist
    • Apr 21 2006 | 12:26 pm
      Users will write something (in flash) that will be save in a .txt file, in the web server. Then MAX log in to the server, reads the .txt file, and takes all the information, that's inside of if.
      thank you
    • Apr 21 2006 | 3:18 pm
      Sounds like you can use jit.uldl or an mxj object. to do this.
    • Apr 24 2006 | 9:53 am
      I have never worked with jitter...
      But if you say that it will work, I'm going to try it.