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RealTimeWeekly #36

14 Jul RealTimeWeekly #36

Don’t miss a couple of interesting notes on Internet of Things devices below in today’s Real Time Weekly!



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



Thanks for reading!

@ArinSime

Editor

This week’s Real-Time news

Building a multi-player Flappy Bird game with Realtime Framework

Realtime.co blog

July 8 2014

Code examples of how to build a multiplayer iOS “Flappy Bird” game based on the RealTime.co publish subscribe messaging platform.

A WebRTC Security Primer

Andrew Prokop

July 7 2014

Short primer on the encryption protocols used for WebRTC.

WebSockets now Generally Available on Heroku

Heroku blog

July 7 2014

WebSocket support on hosting provider Heroku has moved from Labs support to general support.

WebRTC applications: are we expecting too much radical innovation, too soon?

Dean Bubley, Disruptive Wireless

July 9 2014

Dean wonders if we should encourage WebRTC to move beyond video chat and contact center applications, or focus on making them better.

Raspberry Pi Microcomputer Gets Beefed Up — Still Only Costs $35

July 14 2014

Natasha Lomas, TechCrunch

Additional USB ports, good news for using the Pi to work on your Internet of Things projects.

Spark Labs Raises $4.9 Million For An Internet Of Things OS

Jordan Crook, TechCrunch

July 8 2014

Speaking of Internet of Things, Spark Labs is creating an interesting development kit and operating system for IoT devices.

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