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How to send a request automatically for each 5 min  RSS feed

 
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Hi all,
I need some sample code to send a request automatically for each 5 min asynchronusly to update some portion of the page.
For example updating cricket score.
how can i handle this scenario.

any reply can be appreciated,
thanks in advance
 
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You can try META refresh tag or send asynchronous request using JavaScript's setTimeInterval().
 
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The correct API is setInterval().
 
satish siliveri
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thank you Manish Hatwalne and Bear Bibeault for your reply.
Can you please show some code regarding this.
or else give me a link for article or tutorial

thank you,
satish
 
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