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Real-Time and Connectivity

Author, instructor, ultra-marathon runner Peter Lubbers gives a talk at the San Francisco HTML5 User Group

Author, instructor, ultra-marathon runner Peter Lubbers gives a talk at the San Francisco HTML5 User Group he founded, discussing the latest news in the exciting HTML5 feature area of Real-Time and Connectivity.

There is a lot of new stuff to talk about when it comes to the related HTML5 APIs and protocols. For example, the official RFC (RFC 6455) for the WebSocket protocol was recently published and it has changed significantly since its earlier protocol drafts.


Join SFHTML5′s own Peter Lubbers as he takes an in-depth look at WebSocket, Server-Sent Events, XMLHTTPRequest Level 2, Cross Document Messaging, and related standards like CORS and SPDY.

These HTML5 features will allow you to easily build kick-ass web applications with unparalleled functionality, speed, and responsiveness. Pay attention and you might even win a signed copy of Peter’s latest edition of Pro HTML5 Programming.

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