- The client finishes the remainder of the computation, not contacting the server anymore in the process;
- The client now knows how to make that kind of computations, so it will never bug the server again for that.
Wednesday, November 15, 2006
In an attempt to use a new Web diagramming tool (Gliffy), I just put into a simple time-line an example of what I want to make possible with my project:
Basically it is a client that starts by asking the server for a specific code execution. the server, however, opts to stop the execution midway, and transfers its work in progress to the client. Now a couple of noteworthy behaviors can be verified on the client:
Posted by Edgar Gonçalves at 1:42:00 AM