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RealTimeWeekly #23

14 Apr RealTimeWeekly #23

Looking for something fun to play with and tell your boss that it’s business research on real-time applications and the Internet of Things? Check out the ION lava lamp that you can control via the browser. There’s also a kickstarter project for it if you want to get one of your own! We’ve also included a tech article below from the Lava team about how they built the Try Ion site using socket.io and Node.js.



As always, if you have tips, announcements, or suggestions, please contact me directly at Arin@AgilityFeat.com.



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