List/Grid Tag Archives: WebSockets

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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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Camel: Now with Twitter and Websocket

The upcoming Apache Camel 2.10 is well underway. A lot of new components is being added, and two really exiting new components is twitter and websocket. Its yet another kick ass contributions ...
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