NodeHack 02 - socket.io workshop

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  • NodeHack 02 - socket.io workshop

    1. 1. socket.io hands on raj kissu rajandran
    2. 2. rajkissu.jsonvar rajkissu = { “name” : “Raj Kissu Rajandran”, “version” : “1.0.0”, “description”: “has a fondness for penguins and apples”, “keywords” : [ “geek”, “nerd”, “javascripter” ], “author” : “Mom”, “contributors” : [ “D”, “a”, “d” ], “dependencies” : [ “computers”, “food”, “water”, “woman” ], “repository” : { “type” : “git”, “url” : “http://github.com/rajkissu/” }, “social” : { “email” : “rajkissu@gmail.com”, “twitter” : “@rajkissu” }, “url” : “http://www.martialcoder.com/”};
    3. 3. but first ...
    4. 4. What is socket.io?
    5. 5. makes building realtime apps a breeze!
    6. 6. supported transportsforever iframe flash xhr multipart xhr polling websocket jsonp polling
    7. 7. abstracts awaytransport mechanisms
    8. 8. simplistic api
    9. 9. namespaces(multiplexing)
    10. 10. handshakes = session support!
    11. 11. https://github.com/LearnBoost/Socket.IO/
    12. 12. nuff’ talk, let’s code!
    13. 13. goal: build awesome site in ~20 minutes
    14. 14. what makes a site awesome?
    15. 15. q&a
    16. 16. fin

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