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Double Header! Jarrett Cruger on Streams and Godot. Realtime+WebRTC w/ Arin Sime

Jarrett Cruger Goes Crazy on Streams and Godot!

In this month's meetup, Jarrett Cruger will throw down the lowdown on streams and live code an example of using them in a simple http server. From there, he'll dive into godot and messaging using a generic JSON format over the network w/ TCP/UDP. He'll discuss ways this can be used for internal logging and gathering metrics data. 

*THEN*, we'll see how Jarrett can build a simple godot server with various "reactors" (which are just streams that filter or send data somewhere etc) and how we can connect this up to the simple http server that we started with to start getting some simple metrics from the process for free! 

following that...

Realtime messaging and WebRTC with Arin Sime!

Arin Sime will be joining us to discuss integrating WebRTC and real time messaging into a Node.js application. He'll demo and describe a simple webinar application showing both video chat and other realtime features. This should be a fun, interactive presentation! 

Arin is also editor of a weekly newsletter on these topics called RealTimeWeekly.com, and founder of AgilityFeat.com which specializes in realtime web applications.


***Arrive early and be sure to have a valid ID to get through security quickly!


Here are links to content from both main presentations:

https://github.com/jcrugzz/godot-demo

http://agilityfeat.com/cs

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  • Darren Douglas L.

    Interesting topics by people who communicate well and really know their stuff.

    April 17, 2014

  • Arin S.

    Thanks to everyone for the awesome questions and interaction - I enjoyed it!

    Here are a few links I mentioned as well as other favorite links...

    Code samples:
    http://agilityfeat.com/cs

    My slides:
    http://www.slideshare.net/arinsime/agilityfeat-real-time-disruptive-communications-with-webrtc

    Free weekly newsletter on real time that I curate:
    http://www.realtimeweekly.com/

    Our upcoming book:
    http://www.realtimeweb.co/

    Great online WebRTC course by Lisa Larson-Kelley:
    http://pluralsight.com/training/Courses/TableOfContents/webrtc-fundamentals

    The "go to" blog post on WebRTC by Sam Dutton:
    http://www.html5rocks.com/en/tutorials/webrtc/basics/
    (includes the ASCII video example)

    Prominent WebRTC blogger Tsahi Levent-Levi:
    http://bloggeek.me/

    PubNub WebRTC wrapper (what we used):
    http://www.pubnub.com/developers/webrtc/

    http://tokbox.com/
    TokBox bridges the device/platform gap with WebRTC and offer multi-party calling.

    Free WebRTC video conferencing tool we used:
    https://appear.in/

    April 17, 2014

    • Arin S.

      If I'm forgetting anything that I promised, just contact me at [masked].

      BTW, I mistakenly described the architecture of a multi-party Peer 2 Peer WebRTC layout as a star when I should have said mesh network. Sorry for any confusion there - the point is that each participant has to have a separate P2P connection to every other participant. Commercial providers can help you get around this scaling bottleneck by using a video server to aggregate the video streams for you.

      April 17, 2014

  • peter c.

    A great combination of 2 leading technologies - looking forward towards more meetups with these topics.

    April 17, 2014

  • Robert O.

    I need to release my rsvp

    April 16, 2014

  • A former member
    A former member

    Sorry for taking up a space -- I've only just finished with work and won't be able to make it after all :-/

    April 16, 2014

  • Paul H.

    Curious if the finalized list has been made, or are people still coming in from the wait list?

    April 16, 2014

    • Matt W.

      It's been finalized. Security at the Empire State needs the list mid day so I had to end RSVPs at the same time. We're going to pay close attention to the process this time and look for ways to improve as we move forward

      April 16, 2014

    • Paul H.

      Oh well, Thanks for the update

      April 16, 2014

  • Matt W.

    Hi everybody!

    A number of people have single names or nicknames listed on their Nodejs Meetup profiles. Shutterstock security, in the Empire State Building, requires your full name.

    Please update your profile with your full name or you won't be allowed in!

    http://www.meetup.com/account/name/

    Thanks!

    Matt

    April 15, 2014

  • Luke G.

    Interested in learning more about Godot.

    March 24, 2014

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