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ASP.NET ticking

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tom
Hello,

I'm trying to do some online game that would contain similar thing
to one much popular in such game.s
I mean the thing when you click some option and then a timer starts
and you get a new level or something after the specified period of time.
Could you please explain to me how to implement that in ASP.NET to get a
timer for every single user ticking
no matter the user is online or offline?

tom

Apr 20 '07 #1
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tom wrote:
Hello,

I'm trying to do some online game that would contain similar thing
to one much popular in such game.s
I mean the thing when you click some option and then a timer starts
and you get a new level or something after the specified period of time.
Could you please explain to me how to implement that in ASP.NET to get a
timer for every single user ticking
no matter the user is online or offline?

tom
The timer isn't actualy timer :D ... It's just a time stamp in the
database in the future and all "ticking" is just javascript setTimeout..
Apr 20 '07 #2

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tom

"Tomislav Fistric" <lo*******@spam.email.htnet.hrwrote in message
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tom wrote:
>Hello,

I'm trying to do some online game that would contain similar thing
to one much popular in such game.s
I mean the thing when you click some option and then a timer starts
and you get a new level or something after the specified period of time.
Could you please explain to me how to implement that in ASP.NET to get a
timer for every single user ticking
no matter the user is online or offline?

tom

The timer isn't actualy timer :D ... It's just a time stamp in the
database in the future and all "ticking" is just javascript setTimeout..
Thank you,

that sounds logical (and easy:)

tom

Apr 25 '07 #3

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