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- Inspecting WebSocket Traffic with Chrome Developer Tools
- HTML5 WebSocket Security is Strong
- A Step-by-Step Tutorial of Building a Simple Peer-to-Peer WebSocket App - Part 1
- Remote Controlling a Car over the Web. Ingredients: Smartphone, WebSocket, and Raspberry Pi.
- Extreme HTML5 Video Interactivity: Sending WebSocket Messages with Popcorn.js
Author Archives: Peter Moskovits
With AWS Re:Invent approaching fast, I started reviewing the talks I absolutely wanted to see this year. Given our recent work with KWIC (Kaazing WebSocket Intercloud Connect), my focus this year is geared towards security and connectivity related topics. Here … Continue reading
One of our most popular demos at Kaazing is using a Web browser on a smartphone to control a physical toy truck from continents away. The truck has a Raspberry Pi attached to it, connecting to a WebSocket server, and … Continue reading
Kaazing was invited to speak at the upcoming San Francisco HTML5 User Group meeting on January 23, 2014 at Google’s San Francisco office. The title of the event is All about WebGL. I (Peter Moskovits) am representing Kaazing, sharing a … Continue reading
Two visionary Kaazing engineers, David Witherspoon and Prashant Khanal, gave an exciting presentation at JavaOne this year: JMS, WebSocket, and the Internet of Things — Controlling Physical Devices on the Real Time Web. David and Prashant led the audience through the … Continue reading
At the Edge Conference in New York City last week a panel of 5 industry experts discussed some of the exciting questions and challenges of real time data. Here’s the abstract of the discussion: WebSockets have now been with us … Continue reading
Kaazing co-founder and CEO, Jonas Jacobi, gave a talk at JavaZone in Norway, titled 6 Years Later: One Line of Code That Changed the Web Forever. Jonas and his co-founder, John Fallows gave a presentation at JavaZone 5 years ago, and … Continue reading
Kaazing co-founder and CEO, Jonas Jacobi, gave a live interview on Bloomberg TV today. Jonas discusses how the Web is transforming from static document sharing to an interactive, living experience. You can watch the 4-minute interview below.