Articles on websockets

Christian Nelson

Christian Nelson

Elixir and Phoenix: The Future of Web APIs and Apps?

Buzz has been building up around Elixir (and Phoenix) in the development community over the last year. We’re pretty excited about them too and want to share the reasons why they’ve piqued our interest and what we’ve learned so far. We decided to kick the tires by rewriting one of our in-house web applications using

Rudy Jahchan

Rudy Jahchan

vimtronner: A Multiplayer, Command-line vim Trainer Built on Node.js and Socket.io

Greetings, programs! Meet vimtronner, a multiplayer command-line game that teaches you the core vim keys. Be the last player alive by either controlling your bike safely around obstacles or building your own walls for your opponents to crash into. Just remember: you can’t do both at the same time! You can learn how to install

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Christian Nelson

Christian Nelson

Using HAProxy with Socket.io and SSL

Donning my ops hat a bit over the last few months, I have learned a bit about HAProxy, Node.js, and Socket.io. I was pretty surprised by how little definitive information there was on what I was trying to do for one of our projects, and HAProxy can be pretty intimidating the first time around. What

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