The main idea is to create a secondary view, hopefully less heavy than the first one, that only returns new items since the last refresh.
The module is responsible for merging those new items into the existing items on the page.
Here's how that works in its simplest form: The additional settings are used to inform Views Auto-Refresh on which secondary view to hit (given its name, display and path), as well as how to merge the items from the source (the secondary view) into the target (the primary, on-screen view). Then, it will fix up the odd/even, first/last and row number classes based on the settings.
So far, this module has been successfully tested with exposed filters.
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