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How can i add a delayed stock quote to a web page using javascript?
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Updated 11-Nov-14 17:23pm
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Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 11-Nov-14 21:08pm    
Sorry, this is a question about nothing. No script detail, no description, nothing. How anyone could help, with what? Please understand, this is a Q&A forum, not a dating site (dating with experts); all help should be done on this page in the form of answers.
—SA
Member 11225937 11-Nov-14 21:58pm    
Hey pal!I am here to learn not to be critisized,I have edited the question for you.
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 11-Nov-14 22:21pm    
Then sorry, no one can help you. No, really. And you are not my "pal". Sorry. I gave you reasonable advice, to put accurate detailed question. If you don't want help, it's up to you. Please understand, everyone wants to help you, but it's impossible to help the one who doesn't want to help himself. If you seriously want help and learn something, you have to take your questions seriously. In you edit of the post, you just removed the mention of your script. How can it help to solve the problem?
—SA
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 11-Nov-14 22:27pm    
Basically, you can "add" anything by doing some software development work.
You can start, for example, with this:
http://bit.ly/1pPcwm9.
I won't recommend anything in particular because many services will be proprietary and commercial. I don't think we are supposed to promote those businesses here.

Good luck.
—SA
Member 11225937 11-Nov-14 22:46pm    
Thanks,for the hint.will work on my questions better next time.

You can think about SignalR.

hope this will help you
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Thanks all for the guidelines.Solved
 
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