Articles Tagged ‘websocket’

Writing a Websocket Chat in Go

Saturday, October 29th, 2016

Learning the Go programming language,  I wanted to implement an application that I had written with other languages and frameworks before to get a grip on this language.

That’s why I tried to implement a really simple websocket chat server in Go and described my approach in the following article.

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Creating different Websocket Chat Clients in Java

Sunday, November 9th, 2014

Having written two articles about different websocket based chat server implementations in Java, I was recently asked how an implementation of the client side would look like in Java.

That’s why I added this article to demonstrate how to create a websocket chat client applications within a few steps with the Java API for Websocket.

In the following tutorial, we’re going to write a text-based chat client for the console first and afterwards we’re going to program a chat client with a graphical user interface, implemented in JavaFX.

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Creating a Websocket Chat Application with Vert.x and Java

Wednesday, November 13th, 2013

Vert.x is a modern, lightweight framework to build high performance applications running on the Java Virtual Machine. The framework is polyglot so that you’re able to write your application in Java, Groovy, Ruby, Python or even JavaScript.

In addition it offers a nice component system, an actor-like concurrency model a distributed event bus and an elegant API to create scalable applications in no time.

In the following tutorial we’re going to build a websocket chat by creating a HTTP server and the websocket server using Vert.x, Java and Maven.

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Creating a Chat Application using Java EE 7, Websockets and GlassFish 4

Tuesday, August 13th, 2013

Java EE 7 is out now and so I was curious to play around with the new specifications and APIs from in this technology stack.

That’s why I didn’t hesitate to add yet another websocket-chat tutorial to the existing ones on the internet in favour of gathering some experience with this technology and a possible integration using a GlassFish 4 server, the new Java API for JSON Processing for data serialization combined with custom websocket encoders/decoders and finally adding some Bootstrap and jQuery on the client side.

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