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Texas Hold'em Poker Game

 
Jeanlee Li
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I have implemented a Poker online game using JSP+JavaServlet+Java+MySql.

My client asked to add image fading in effect when loading the cards, so the cards are shown on the screen one by one.

My problem is the image fading-in effect is controlled using Javascript, the form is controlled uisng JSP+JavaServlet.

The Javascript and the JavaServlet can not communicate straightway. So, the form's buttons become available before the cards finish fading-in. The idea one should be after cards fade in, then the player is allowed to press a button.

Does any body have such experience? I would like to konw which the best way to do such interactive online game is.

I heard about Ajax. Do you think it is a good idea to rewrite the web application using JavaScript + Ajax + JavaServlet?

Any inputs are welcome.

Thanks in advance,

Jing
 
E. J. Fuhr
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grab Struts 2 NOT Struts 1. have a look at the struts2-showcase example.
it illustrates the integration of a good ajax package with the background servlet
 
Aba Dov
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Ajax can definitely help.
you can time the events by calling the java either after the "onComplete" event or you can use something like
jsFunction http://livedemo.exadel.com/richfaces-demo/richfaces/jsFunction.jsf?c=jsFunction&tab=usage

P.S
your project seems fun I would thank you if you can post a link to it when it airs.

Regards,
 
I agree. Here's the link: http://aspose.com/file-tools
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