Tuesday, December 09, 2008

the HTML 5, the Comet and the WebSocket

Google Code site has posted a video of the event, the Chronicles of Web Standard: the HTML 5, the Comet and the WebSocket, A panel. The discussion covers Comet, HTML 5, the latest, and future enhancements to the web.
We all know the value of the AJAX and one main point discusses a major limitation of AJAX, that the browser must initiate the request for data from the server and how Comet solves this problem by allowing the server to push data to the browser at any time. The one hour and half video starts with a general introduction to Comet, followed by an in depth panel discussion moderated by Kevin Nilson with panelists: Alex Rusell, President of the Dojo Foundation & Project Lead for The Dojo Toolkit Dion Almaer, co-founder of Ajaxian.com and "Audible Ajax" podcast Michale Carter, Founder at Orbited Project & Official Contributor for W3C HTML5 John Fallows, CTO and co-founder at Kaazing Ted Goddard,Senior Software Architect at ICEsoft Technologies and ICEfaces.org
Not to miss.

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