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you need to look at something called cron jobs. Cron jobs execute a job at a specified interval. In this case, a php script. Check these resources for more information on cron jobs: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cron and for cpanel: https://my.bluehost.com/cgi/help/cron Let's say you have a script called cronJob.php and a second called sendFunction.php ...


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The web server sees http requests not any of the dns voodoo involved so it is just a name based virual host like the examples provided at http://httpd.apache.org/docs/2.2/vhosts/examples.html


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I agree to all the comments and the answer above on the Non-functional requirements that will influence whether to go with solution A or B. Additional information regarding whether you want the conversions to be done offline or in realtime (e.g. User sends PDF, and gets Tiff back as soon its done) would be useful. Regardless lets assume that at this point ...


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The following factors should be considered: portability the command line interface will be different per environment, and also the configuration performance re-usability maintainability scaleability If possible consider creating the conversion component as a separate service running in it's own JVM (possibly multiple) and forwarding conversion ...


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Basically, I find it very good to keep the 'title', 'menu' and 'footer' in independent files. What I really wonder about is: why don't you put them together on the server side??? <%@include file="title.jsp" %> <%@include file="menu.jsp" %> <%@include file="footer.jsp" %> Don't worry about bandwith The difference between your two ...


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It would be interesting to know what your team thought about your suggestion. I think it's got a lot of merit. To answer your questions. Bandwidth, for both options I would say that caching either on the end-user's browser or via an ADN or CDN would solve this problem for you. If a web application is getting three files: Title, Menu and Footer, that don't ...


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Yes, but most browser already cache thing like image/css/js so the bandwidth saving wouldn't blow you mind but still no screen bleeping and less request is nice to have iframe has it place but I think for your case, AJAX is the best. there's other technique like using knockout so server only send JSon (instead of partial view) and later it will be rendered ...


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If your windows (pages) are from the same domain (origin), localStorage can be used to share data and to broadcast messages. One thing you should consider is that each browser window (page) works in a separate thread. So, if we are talking about cross-window communication, we are also talking about multithreading. You should also consider some localStorage ...


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Hold a meeting and decide which factors (ease of use, scalability, etc.) you are going to use to judge each framework. Then, write a small prototype application, making several versions that use each of the different candidate frameworks. Have another meeting (code-review style), and evaluate each of the frameworks on the factors you decided on in the ...


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There is Brython, which is a browser-friendly Python(2.7+)-to-JavaScript compiler, written in JavaScript. It works pretty well already and has an active community. With Brython, you can include your python scripts as simple as: <script type="text/python"> ... </script>



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