Server-Side Push: Comet, Web Sockets, and Server-Sent Events come of age

Brian Sam-Bodden (Integrallis Software, LLC.)
JavaScript & HTML5
Location: Portland 252
Average rating: ****.
(4.40, 10 ratings)
Slides:   1-PDF    external link

Server-side browser push technologies have been around for a while in one way or another, ranging from from crude browser polling to Flash enabled frameworks. In this session you’ll get a code-driven walk-through on the evolution and mechanics of server-push technologies, including:

  • Server streaming
  • Polling and long Polling
  • Comet
  • Web Sockets
  • Server-sent Events.
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Brian Sam-Bodden

Integrallis Software, LLC.

Brian Sam-Bodden is the author of two Java titles, a frequent speaker at national and international conferences, a professional trainer and a full-time member of the No Fluff Just Stuff symposiums. Brian is passionate about clean, concise and understandable software, and enjoys hacking away with Java and Ruby.

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07/29/2013 9:44am PDT

Paxman, All the code can be found here: https://github.com/integrallis/server-side-push

I will continue enhancing and adding more example for evolving techniques and technologies.

07/29/2013 9:08am PDT

Is there a way to get access to the resources from this session? I would like to continue learning more of this.

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