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Re: [NY-HTML5-User-Group] WebSocket controlling a LED

From: user 3.
Sent on: Monday, April 23, 2012 3:08 PM
Looks fascinating.  As awesome as WebSockets look, there's still a scaling issue at a certain point (the server can only maintain so many open sockets).  Do you know if HTML5 implementers are considering multicast IP at all?

On Mon, Apr 23, 2012 at 10:30 AM, Frank Greco <[address removed]> wrote:

http://isolasoftware.it/2012/04/23/beaglebone-and-websockets-a-full-example-that-turn-onoff-a-led/

 

Controlling a light switch with a WebSocket.  This is just the start of the Web-Of-Things (Internet-Of-Things) wave.

 

Think of what a Kinect sensor or Wii-controller could do with a WebSocket.  The Web will soon escape 2D land...

 

Frank





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