20 Jul RealTimeWeekly #89
What do you get when you combine Lightstreamer, Apple Watch, Angular, Node.js, Websockets, Aircraft tracking, WebRTC, and Raspberry Pi? You’ve got a great list of articles in today’s RealTimeWeekly! Check them out for your weekly real-time inspiration below.
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This week’s Real-Time news
Alessandro Alinone, Lightstreamer
Jul 16 2015
Ritchie Martori, StrongLoop
Jul 15 2015
Walkthrough of an AngularJS module for real time applications that is built on top of the HTML5 EventSource Web API.
A quick example of how to monitor console messages from a remote server by sending them across a Web Sockets channel.
Brian Benchoff, Hackaday
Jul 20 2015
Some quick insights into how you can use an antenna and a Raspberry Pi to track overhead aircraft and contribute towards the data on FlightAware. They refer to this program as “One of the most successful applications of crowdsourced software defined radio modules.” And it’s just cool.
Tsahi Levent-Levi and Amit Shachak, VoipUsersConference.org
Jul 17 2015
Recording of a webinar from last week where Tsahi and Amit demo their new product testRTC.com, which allows you to get all sorts of useful data on your WebRTC application. I watched it live and it was a very interesting session – I particularly like the embedded use of Selenium to power your test script. You can also see Tsahi’s post about why they are building testRTC.
Sunny Gleason & Norvan Sahiner, PubNub
Jul 17 2015
A listing of ideas for how to use the Apple Watch with a real time messaging network like PubNub.