At the moment Ive came up with using WebClient and HttpWebRequest/HttpWebResponse to interact with website data. And i know VB.net has an inbuilt site viewer (just a wrapper for IE).
The website im using is an Intranet page for doing VOIP calls. It uses a large collection of JS(jQuerry) mostly. I can probably get the dev to make a .php file to
<?php print_r($_GET); //Prints all GET variables in a quite readable manner. print_r($_POST); //Prints all POST variables in a quite readable manner. ?>
to find out what GET's and POST's there are, but I'm not sure if JS stuff gets put in as a GET or a POST as its in the DOM.
So all in all,I'm wanting to make a "Desktop" variant of there client. So basicly just a viewer of the dial pad. And detection of new calls in the queue, things like that. So i want to read data from the website, display the dialpad(just showing a segment of the website) and send the request to accept a call(and maybe a few other small pieces of data).
So my question is, what should i look up and find out more to start on this project? And any advice given will be much appreciated.
This post has been edited by AdamSpeight2008: 20 April 2011 - 09:41 AM