Come learn how to make realtime apps with Brian Holt. In his signature teaching style Brian breaks down concepts to the most basic level and then builds easier-to-use, better abstractions upon the first concepts. In this course you will learn to poll end points, open web sockets by hand, and finally some great web socket abstractions with SocketIO and SignalR. Building apps where the client and server talk in realtime can be a difficult task but with the Complete Intro to Realtime you’ll be equipped to do it!

Some Key Takeaways!

By participating along with us in the workshop, you’ll learn:

• Learn what is realtime and when you’d want to use these techniques
• Get familiar with the most basic realtime technique, long-polling.
• Step up your realtime game with writing socket connections by hand
• Prepare to write real-word, realtime apps with production-grade abstractions with SignalR and SocketIO

Your (Awesome) Instructor

Brian is currently working as a principal program manager on Azure at Microsoft and he’s all about developers, developers, developers. Previously he was a JavaScript engineer at Netflix, LinkedIn and Reddit. When not working, Brian finds time to teach on Frontend Masters, run his mouth on Front End Happy Hour, travel all over the world, and play with his adorable dog. Brian is currently a resident of Seattle, WA.

Is This Workshop for Me?


This workshop is for any developer who wants to learn realtime communication with web apps using client-side JavaScript and Node.js

Any Prerequisites?

• A working knowledge of programming in JavaScript
• Cursory familiarity with Node.js
• Installations of git, Node.js v12+, npm, a code editor, and a modern browser
• No client-side JavaScript frameworks are used or necessary to know

Size: 1.31GB


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