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Events-centric WebSockets

Patterns and conventions for Events-centric WebSockets programming

Speaker: Ismael Celis

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WebSockets open a wealth of possibilities for adding real-time capabilities to web-pages. But because WebSockets are low level TCP pipes we need a convention and a set of patterns to use them effectively in client applications. Luckily Javascript makes this really easy. I will talk through how to design a flexible yet concise protocol to get your browser and server talking seamlessly through WebSockets. Note:
If you have short announcements (ie: releasing new service, hiring people), let the organisers know when you arrive, so that we can do "Analog blog" as LRUG does

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