Friday, June 9th, 2006

Live Football Ajax Style

Category: Showcase

Since it is the start of the Word Cup, why not show a site that has been “doing Ajax” for years. VG Nett Live! is a norweigan website that updates a live game in real time, and has a lot of clean DOM/Ajax functionality throughout.

Live Footy

Come on England!

Posted by Dion Almaer at 1:17 pm
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Is there any site where you can see the games live though?
I tried BBC, but it’s for Uk residents..

thanks

Comment by Mike — June 11, 2006

Is there any site where you can see the games live though?
I tried BBC, but it’s for UK residents only..

thanks

Comment by Mike — June 11, 2006

Have you tried http://www.watchlivefootball.com. I haven’t (because I can get BBC) but they say for a one-off fee 0f $7.00, you can watch matches for free (I think)

Comment by David — June 15, 2006

Take a look at the solution that is the most common in Sweden. This is from the Sportbladet Live and her you will find the football matches from the 15 of June. The solution is using a Real time technique that is pushing data from the server side and only the updated data will be pushed from the server.
Website: http://wes30.trapets.com/livereport/index.jsp?id=1&from=2006-06-15&to=2006-06-15

Comment by Claes — June 16, 2006

most countries have been doing this for a long time now, get with the programme

Comment by bob gardner — March 14, 2007

Agreed, this technology is widely used now.
We need to get the great game of football going in the US. Perhaps then we can be more competitive on a global scale. Does fantasy football exist in the UK? Or would it be Fantasy Soccer?
I need a fantasy football cheat sheet!

Comment by Fantasy Football — August 18, 2007

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