Eliminate 'throbber' busy animation during long-lived HTTP connection

Discussion in 'Javascript' started by mdos, Jan 16, 2007.

  1. mdos

    mdos Guest

    Hi All:

    I'm pushing real-time updates to a browser via 'comet using inline JS
    in an iframe. I'd like to get rid of the 'busy' animation during these
    sessions. Short of re-coding everything to use XHR, is there a
    cross-browser solution? Does a lib like dojo handle this situation if I
    move to their dojo.io.bind()? Thanks.

    Ciao,

    -Marc
     
    mdos, Jan 16, 2007
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  2. mdos

    Jeff Bender Guest

    Did you ever figure this out? gpokr.com seems to have figured it out
    but I cannot

    On Jan 16, 8:39 am, "mdos" <> wrote:
    > Hi All:
    >
    > I'm pushing real-time updates to a browser via 'cometusing inline JS
    > in an iframe. I'd like to get rid of the 'busy' animation during these
    > sessions. Short of re-coding everything to use XHR, is there a
    > cross-browser solution? Does a lib like dojo handle this situation if I
    > move to their dojo.io.bind()? Thanks.
    >
    > Ciao,
    >
    > -Marc
     
    Jeff Bender, Jan 29, 2007
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