List/Grid Tag Archives: WebSockets

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Websockets with Spring 4

I am throwing the entire kitchen sink into a small web application that I am developing as part of this post – Spring Boot, Spring Integration, RabbitMQ and finally the topic ...
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WebSocket and Java

WebSocket is a cool new(ish) technology that allows real-time, two-way communication between the browser and the server, with almost no overhead. What I want to do here, is to provide ...
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Java WebSockets (JSR-356) on Jetty 9.1

Jetty 9.1 is finally released, bringing Java WebSockets (JSR-356) to non-EE environments. It’s awesome news and today’s post will be about using this great new API along ...
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Building and testing a websocket server with undertow

The upcoming version of JBoss Application Server will no longer use Tomcat as integrated webserver, but will replace it with undertow. The architecture of undertow is based on handlers ...
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Easy Messaging with STOMP over WebSockets using Apollo

In my previous post I have covered couple of interesting use cases implementing STOMP messaging over Websockects using well-known message brokers, HornetQ and ActiveMQ. But the one ...
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Call response WebSockets in Play Framework

I got a question from a Play user about implementing call/response WebSockets in Play Framework. This is not something that comes up that often, since it means using WebSockets to do ...
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Using Java WebSockets, JSR 356, and JSON mapped to POJO’s

So I have been playing around with Tyrus, the reference implementation of the JSR 356 WebSocket for Java spec. Because I was looking at test tooling I was interested in running both ...
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Using JacpFX clients with JSR 356 WebSockets

JSR 356 WebSockets are one of the new and exciting features in the upcoming JEE 7 release and includes Server- as well as Client API’s in its reference implementation. This makes ...
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Binary websockets with Play 2.0 and Scala

In a recent article I showed how you can use webrtc, canvas and websockets together to create a face detection application whose frontend runs completely in the browser, without the ...
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Play!ing (2.0) with Twitter Bootstrap, WebSockets, Akka and OpenLayers

The original post can be found on the ekito website. For one of our client, we need to show a map with vehicles position updated in real-time. So I began to make a prototype using ...
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