One of the main advantages of using Cowboy is that it allows you to create very responsive applications in parts thanks to the Websocket technology. This live demonstration will explain you the steps to follow to write a basic chat application with Cowboy and Websocket.
Objectives: Learn how to use Cowboy and how to write HTTP and Websocket handlers. Find out how easy it is to write a dynamic web application starting from scratch.
Target audience: Opened to all. Erlang language knowledge preferable but not required.
The basics of message publishing, advanced WebSocket, and discusses Adobe ColdFusion support for HTML5 applications.
In this session, we'll investigate a few strategies for integrating browser features like WebSockets as well as third-party libraries into our ember-cli applications. We'll look at how to structure an application using standalone controllers, initializer objects, and services. Our example application will be a real-time chat application that uses WebSockets to push notification to connect clients. We'll build the application with native WebSockets and talk about how to leverage external libraries like Socket.io and Faye.