Midrub Stream Introduction
Midrub Stream is the biggest Midrub's app due to his code. It contains a lot of templates and new templates will be developed often for new Midrub's features.
The main goal why was created this app is to determine the users to stay on Midrub. Users can use the existing templates to create their streams and then all content in the streams will be updated automatically when there exists new data.
With the new Midrub's core you can add from your Stream's templates even your css and js links. But at the begin this wasn't possible and for this reason Midrub Stream has a structure which allows inside to add only php code. Sometimes i'm adding new functions in the JS code, but i'm not doing this for a special template. All code is dynamic and the goal is to develop new kind of templates which will use the new JS code.
Which is the difference between Stream's templates and Stream's streams? Templates is only the base which processes the code. A template has many methods to provide and process different kind of data. A stream is the user settings added to a template. For example, a user connects a template by adding there his account or other kind of data. Then the connected template provides a stream.
You can control per plan the number of tabs. This is important because more tabs means more server resources. Also, you can increase the number of tabs per plan.
How user can use the Midrub Stream? User can create more tabs with custom name(Example: Facebook, Amazon, eBay, etc.). Next the user will connect in the created tabs the templates which has something similar to the tab's name. User can custom the templates colors and select a sound alert. Next user will just open the Midrub Stream and once there will be new data, the streams will play the selected sound. In this way the user will recognize which stream was updated.
I'm using the cache for Midrub Stream to allow users to load Midrub Stream instantly. For this reason the data is updated after several seconds once the Midrub Stream was loaded.
A Stream's template usually takes about 2 hours to be created and for this reason you can develop new templates as you want. In the Development category you will get information about how to do this.
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