Browser front-end, python back-end
tjreedy at udel.edu
Wed Jan 29 17:51:46 CET 2003
"Changjune Kim" <juneaftn at REMOVETHIShanmail.net> wrote in message
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> > different game. But then the browser is being used as the engine
> > well as the user interface (in which case, one might just as well
> > something like PyGame). It seemed to me that the OP was talking
> > a HTML-served image-map game with the browser serving as just the
> server side does the rest of the stuff. IOW, the server can update
> html(as in DOM) of the client's browser.
Then it is not a downloaded game.
Perhaps it is possible to write a servlet that gets the updated html
and *smoothly* updates the screen without jerking the image around. I
do not know.
What I do know is that paid professional programmers at commercial
sites have written games that blink and jerk. I was simply suggesting
to the OP that he not do the same.
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