Sessions at Strange Loop 2011 about Ruby and Python

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Monday 19th September 2011

  • Chloe and the Realtime Web

    by Trotter Cashion

    There’s been a lot of talk lately surrounding Node.js, particularly around how easily it integrates with WebSockets and the realtime web. While Node.js libraries like Socket.IO and Faye.js allow JavaScript programmers to seamlessly stream data to their users, they force developers to learn the evented programming model and server side JavaScript. In this talk, I’ll show you how Chloe, an open source, realtime web server, allows you to keep using whatever framework you’re familiar with, but still take advantage of the realtime web.

    Since Chloe works with any language, we’ll start off by showing how to integrate it with Java, Ruby, and Python apps. Next we’ll look at the various use cases of the realtime web and see how Chloe’s API will support you in all of them. We’ll then go into the performance and security characteristics of Chloe. Finally, we’ll talk about the operations side of Chloe. By the time you leave, you’ll know how to deploy, monitor, and most importantly, use Chloe like a pro.

    At 1:00pm to 1:50pm, Monday 19th September

    In Gateway 1, Hilton St. Louis at the Ballpark

    Coverage slide deck