Friday 22nd June, 2012
1:00pm to 4:00pm
HTML5 WebSocket is a new standardized API and protocol for continuous, bi-directional, low-overhead communications between browsers and remote hosts. It enables the development of a new generation of dynamic, browser-based web applications.
Although the basic concept of a WebSocket-enabled application is relatively simple, the actual implementation of this technology involves a number of steps, which require careful attention to detail. This workshop is designed to help developers quickly get up to speed with building complete, real-time WebSocket-based applications.
Upon completion of the workshop, you will be able to:
• Thoroughly understand how the WebSocket API and protocol work--even in enterprise deployments
• Develop a web app using the WebSocket API
• Develop web apps using higher-level protocol libraries for real-time communication
• Configure a WebSocket server and an open-source message broker
HTML5 enthusiast, author of Pro HTML5 Programming, founder San Francisco HTML5 User Group, ultra-marathon runner, bungee-jumper, skydiver. Follow me. bio from Twitter
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