Watch recorded demo, where I’m sending updated data with JSON message through WebSocket. UI chart is rendered with JET. See how nicely JET re-draws chart, based on received new data (watch at 6th second):
Download sample application – JETWebSocket.zip. This contains both WebSocket application (implemented with JDeveloper) and JET (implemented with NetBeans).
On WebSocket server side, I’m listening for DB changes (Database Change Notification Listener Implementation). Each time when DB change happens, all changes are collected into one collection and sent to the clients through WebSocket: Read the complete article here.
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