January 31, 2010
Today I started to study node.js, for these last days there was a lot of interesting posts about it.
So to begin understanding it, I setup to port two COMET based examples I did back when I started using twisted to do it.
The first example is a basic comet server which prints a string to each connected user
The other example sends the result of twitter searchs to all connected users:
Node.JS presents a different toolset to solve the current problems we have. It used the excellent libev, among V8 and other cool stuff, and JS is a very modern and flexible language (at least more than I thought about it when trying to do web stuff).
December 29, 2009
With all the fuzz around chrome and web sockets I’ve bundled up together a simple web sockets implementation for twisted. It’s a really easy way to interact with browsers.
In the next days I will run benchmarks, because I think it will stir up a bit the webserver scene a bit, and possibly, the assynchronous network frameworks too. On the bright side, its really easy to work on, and good ideas come up.
Enjoy and keep watching for new releases, as I have not finished it yet.
Repo URL: http://github.com/gleicon/txwebsockets
Since a friend of mine told me of using OpenOffice as a daemon to run tasks automatically, I thought that would be nice to try it as a part of a proof of concept to a slideshare mini clone. It would be a matter of uploading the original file, convert it using OO and displaying a page along with it. There`s an API and many clients. I choose not to develop a new client and used JodConverter. Of course I would have to develop a new converter if I wanted to inject or run customized procedures over a document.
November 28, 2008
Hey, long time no see. What’s up ? Check another mile lenght post about interweb, python, php, queues here: https://zenmachine.wordpress.com/vote-for-pedro-rating-pages-with-activemq-or-any-other-broker/