WebSockets Tutorial

Discuss WebSockets

Discuss WebSockets Advertisements Previous Page Next Page   Web sockets are defined as a two-way communication between the servers and the clients, which mean both the parties, communicate and exchange data at the same time. This protocol defines a full duplex communication from the ground up. Web sockets take a step forward in bringing desktop…

WebSockets – Useful Resources

WebSockets – Useful Resources Advertisements Previous Page Next Page   The following resources contain additional information on WebSockets. Please use them to get more in-depth knowledge on this topic. Useful Links on WebSockets WebSockets − Wikipedia reference for WebSockets. Useful Books on WebSockets To enlist your site on this page, please drop an email to…

WebSockets – Security

WebSockets – Security Advertisements Previous Page Next Page   Protocol should be designed for security reasons. WebSocket is a brand-new protocol and not all web browsers implement it correctly. For example, some of them still allow the mix of HTTP and WS, although the specification implies the opposite. In this chapter, we will discuss a…

WebSockets – Mobile APP

WebSockets – Mobile APP Advertisements Previous Page Next Page   WebSocket, as the name implies, is something that uses the web. The web is usually interwoven with browser pages because that are the primary means of displaying data online. However, non-browser programs too, use online data transmission. The release of the iPhone (initially) and the…

WebSockets – Quick Guide

WebSockets – Quick Guide Advertisements Previous Page Next Page   WebSockets – Overview In literal terms, handshaking can be defined as gripping and shaking of right hands by two individuals, as to symbolize greeting, congratulations, agreement or farewell. In computer science, handshaking is a process that ensures the server is in sync with its clients….