|Reverse Ajax, Part 5: Event-driven web development
In this final part of this article series, learn about event-driven development. Build an example event-driven web application using the accompanying source code.
|Articles||20 Sep 2011|
|Reverse Ajax, Part 4: Atmosphere and CometD
Learn about Atmosphere and CometD--the best-known open source Reverse Ajax libraries for Java technology servers.
|Articles||06 Sep 2011|
|Reverse Ajax, Part 3: Web servers and Socket.IO
Learn how to use Comet and WebSockets in your web application for various web containers and APIs. Also learn about Socket.IO, an abstraction library that can be used in a web application with Reverse Ajax. Abstraction libraries, which can be used transparently, hide all of the complexity behind Comet and WebSockets.
|Articles||30 Aug 2011|
|Reverse Ajax, Part 2: WebSockets
Learn a new way to implement Reverse Ajax, using WebSockets, a new HTML5 API. WebSockets can be implemented natively by browser vendors or by using a bridge that delegates calls to a hidden Flash component called FlashSockets. This article also discusses some constraints on the server side with Reverse Ajax techniques.
|Articles||26 Jul 2011|
|Reverse Ajax, Part 1: Introduction to Comet
|Articles||19 Jul 2011|