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Html5 Websockets: Real-Time Web

A talk by Eric Sowell

About the Talk

August 14, 2012 2:00 PM

Matrix, Dallas TX

Matrix, Dallas TX

The web has been largely built around the so-called request/response paradigm of HTTP. A client loads up a web page and then nothing happens until the user clicks onto the next page. Around 2005, AJAX started to make the web feel more dynamic. Still, all HTTP communication was steered by the client, which required user interaction or periodic polling to load new data from the server.

Html5 Websockets will give us a more real-time web because the server can talk back to the browser. We'll talk about what this means and how you can use this in your desktop browser and mobile web applications.

We will power it all with Node.js, so expect a lot of JavaScript.

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