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'[ot]: can you get at streaming data?'
2002\02\01@111034 by rad0

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I was wondering if it's possible to have a little program
that would sit and watch for streaming data on a browser
page, then grab it and put it out onto a serial port?

can someone give me a clue about where to get started on this?

I was thinking of using a pic based machine to grab weather data from
the internet, and then rf it around the building to other displays.

That's grab it from the serial port from a little program that grabs it from
a streaming page...

thanks

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2002\02\01@123625 by Eoin Ross

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Recently seen a programming tool that might work - "Softwire" has a control for Visual basic that will "mine" a webpage for data - you could then use it ti send the data to a serial port

You would need Visual Basic, Softwire will work as a demo for 90 days I think - maybe enough time to geneate your app


>>> spam_OUTrden25TakeThisOuTspamMINDSPRING.COM 02/01/02 01:07PM >>>
I was wondering if it's possible to have a little program
that would sit and watch for streaming data on a browser
page, then grab it and put it out onto a serial port?

can someone give me a clue about where to get started on this?

I was thinking of using a pic based machine to grab weather data from
the internet, and then rf it around the building to other displays.

That's grab it from the serial port from a little program that grabs it from
a streaming page...

thanks

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2002\02\01@131249 by rad0

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I have VB, I'll check that out...thanks



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Recently seen a programming tool that might work - "Softwire" has a control
for Visual basic that will "mine" a webpage for data - you could then use it
ti send the data to a serial port

You would need Visual Basic, Softwire will work as a demo for 90 days I
think - maybe enough time to geneate your app


>>> .....rden25KILLspamspam.....MINDSPRING.COM 02/01/02 01:07PM >>>
I was wondering if it's possible to have a little program
that would sit and watch for streaming data on a browser
page, then grab it and put it out onto a serial port?

can someone give me a clue about where to get started on this?

I was thinking of using a pic based machine to grab weather data from
the internet, and then rf it around the building to other displays.

That's grab it from the serial port from a little program that grabs it from
a streaming page...

thanks

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2002\02\01@132803 by Dal Wheeler

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I'd be suprised if you couldn't find some XML code that does something like
that with a little searching.  You might look around for some XML
library/demo sources.  It seems like an obvious use for it...
-Dal
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