HTML5 Features Integration in Green Ajax to Implement More Efficient Push Technology

Sanjaya, Ridwan (2014) HTML5 Features Integration in Green Ajax to Implement More Efficient Push Technology. The International Journal of the Computer, the Internet and Management, 22 (1). pp. 17-22. ISSN 0858-7027

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Data communication in the web was changed since Ajax was used to send and request the data without bothering the web interface. However, the most common implementation in using Ajax is to request data from the server only. Data delivery initiatives from the server to the client can not be done in the HTTP architecture. Several approaches were invented to overcome the limitations in allowing the web servers to send data to the browser without any client initiative. Green Ajax is one of the approaches that has dependency with additional non-standard software on the web browser to receive the notification from the server. The new HTML standard called HTML5 has Server-Sent Events feature that is offering the technology to push a message from server to the client and natively supported by most of web browsers. However, it should not work solely to get the objectives in obtaining the complete data from the server using minimum bandwidth. The integration HTML5 features in Green Ajax could be the best implementation of Push Technology. It will able to solve the Green Ajax limitation in web browser’s plug-in dependency but reduce the large bandwidth consumption caused by Server-Sent Events feature. This paper will describe the technique on using the Server-Sent Events feature in Green Ajax to find better approach on two-way data communication in HTTP architecture using minimum bandwidth. The result could be a model for web programmers to display the real time data from the server. The Flight Information Display Screen (FIDS) will be used as the case in the implementation.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: 000 Computer Science, Information and General Works > 005 Computer programming, programs & data > Information Systems
Divisions: Faculty of Computer Science > Department of Information Systems
Depositing User: Mr Ridwan Sanjaya
Date Deposited: 20 Aug 2015 06:35
Last Modified: 28 Feb 2023 10:15

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