push


push
● ►en /pou(ch)/ np. m. ● 1. ►FLUXDON Commande consistant à mettre un élément sur le haut d'une pile. Contraire pop. Syn. empilage,empiler. ● 2. ►CS Méthode d'accès aux données dans laquelle le serveur les envoie à l'utilisateur, sans sollicitation particulière préalable de celui-ci. Semi-exemple: le courrier électronique (ce n'est pas totalement du push parce qu'il faut quand même aller chercher son mail sur un serveur). L'idée a été très à la mode en 1997-98, quand des start-ups ont compris qu'il y avait là une possibilité de gavage forcé de con-sot-mateurs (voir spam). Personne n'en a voulu à moyen terme.

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