Category Archives: Featured

Using Kaazing WebSockets with MQTT

In my prior post, Adding Enterprise Features to a Socket.io Application with Kaazing WebSockets, we looked into moving from an existing Socket.io application to an Enterprise-class WebSocket application with very few changes in the code. In that example, we used … Continue reading

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Stop Using the WebSocket API

KWICies #008 How to Reinvent the Wheel to Run Yourself Over “Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.” – George Santayana “If I’m not back in five minutes, just wait longer.” – Ace Ventura Ever since … Continue reading

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Adding Enterprise Features to a Socket.io Application with Kaazing WebSockets

As we discussed in my prior blog post Meeting WebSockets for real, WebSockets enable development of distributed event-driven applications, particularly ones that exchange messages.  Kaazing’s high-level client libraries substantially simplify this effort.  It is possible to add these capabilities to … Continue reading

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How to Replace Your Legacy VPN in Minutes

KWICies #007 – When You Gotta Go, You Gotta Go “Intelligence is the ability to adapt to change” – Stephen Hawking “The lion and the calf shall lie down together but the calf won’t get much sleep” – Woody Allen … Continue reading

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Kaazing and NGINX – The Best of Both Worlds

Jesse Selitham Kaazing is well-known for a multitude of products based on the WebSocket IETF and W3C standard.  Using WebSocket allows us to extend different types of asynchronous, message-oriented infrastructure such as JMS and AMQP easily and securely over the … Continue reading

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Deploying the Kaazing WebSocket Gateway Using Docker

Many of our customers deploy our WebSocket Gateway using traditional operations procedures.  Works perfectly fine, but like typical enterprise-grade middleware products, there’s still a number of moving parts to get correctly configured with other systems. Enter Docker. In case you … Continue reading

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Extreme HTML5 Video Interactivity: Sending WebSocket Messages with Popcorn.js

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

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