This answer on StackOverflow inspired me to write a full post about handling user interactions in desktop applications fashion using web sockets and ASP.NET MVC.
The main idea is to send commands to user interface from server-side code and handling the result on server side. As you know, the main problem in web is in the following, web working on request-response system, that means, when user send request to server, it generates the resulting markup for view. After it server waits for another request and so on.
I recommend to read this post, if you are interested at web development. If it would not be helpful for you, it could help you to understand some principles of architecture with web sockets.
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