My enquiry involves how jsp handles graphics updates
I refer to the technology prior to .NET when ActiveX controls were embedded in web pages. The control (in the form of a dll) was typically downloaded to the browser and executed on that browser.
I believe a similar situation exists in Java where a java bean is embedded into a web page.
What is the situation in jsp. i suspect that much runs on the server side of jsp however I trust that the browser image would not have to be updated from the server when say a graphic image (say like a globe turning, man running, flame burning............) was being displayed. The wait time from the server to brower update could cause flicker in the update process??
Q1. How is this done in jsp?
Q2. How is it done in asp .net?
Q3. In the point about java and beans does that mean that the java runtime environment needs to exist on the browser???
Any feedback would be appreciated.
I am trying to understand how jsp and asp .net both handle the display of animation/image movement on the browser.