Reverse Ajax, Part 5, Event-driven web development
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Date archived: May 14, 2019 | First published: September 20, 2011
This series explores how to develop event-driven web applications using Reverse Ajax techniques. Part 1 introduced different ways to implement a Reverse Ajax communication. Part 2 explained how to implement Reverse Ajax using WebSockets and discussed the limitations of web servers using Comet and WebSockets. Part 3 explored the difficulties of implementing your own Comet or WebSockets communication system, and it introduced Socket.IO. Part 4 covered Atmosphere and CometD. In this final part of the series, learn about event-driven development. Build an example event-driven web application using the accompanying source code.
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