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RealTimeWeekly #44

08 Sep RealTimeWeekly #44

There are a lot of great tutorials in this week’s edition … what I thought was going to be a quiet week instead has given me a lot of cool ideas that I’ll never have time for! I hope you have a little more time this week though so that we can all dive into some of these tutorials and articles using Node.js, Arduino, PubNub, WebRTC, WebSockets, Raspberry Pi, and more!

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Thanks for reading!

This week’s Real-Time news

Playing with WebSockets for Fun and Profit: Debugging Remote Machines

Ketan Padegaonkar, ThoughtWorks

Sep 5 2014

Nice blog post showing how to use WebSockets via the Faye library with a Ruby Sinatra server.

Socket.IO 1.1.0 released

Sep 4 2014

Release notes for Socket.IO release from last week

WebRTC JTBD: Reducing End Customer Friction

Tsahi Levent-Levi,

Sep 7 2014

Series about the “Job To Be Done” for WebRTC – highlighting the values of WebRTC.

Doodle with Strangers! Multi-User HTML5 Canvas in 4 Steps

Tomomi Imura, PubNub

Sep 3 2014

Using the HTML5Canvas and PubNub to make a real time collaborative drawing space.

Building a Chat App with node-webkit, Firebase, and AngularJS

Arvind Ravulavaru, SitePoint

Sep 3 2014

Tutorial to build a desktop based chat app with Firebase as the real time data store. Hat tip to JavaScript Weekly

Use NodeJS and Arduino to build a weather display

Todd Lawton, Node Disassemble!

Sep 4 2014

Nice tutorial to start interaction with devices from an Arduino using the Johnny-Five API. Hat tip to JavaScript Weekly

Raspberry Pi Gets A Better Browser

Raspberry Pi

Sep 1 2014

The improved browser called Epiphany includes better HTML5 support. Also more here on Marco Barisione’s blog.

Raspberry Pi License Plate Recognition

Aug 30 2014

Demonstration of using a Raspberry Pi and an open source library OpenALPR for automatic license plate recognition.

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