HTML5 WebCamps is a free event organized by Microsoft Belgium and will take place on April 6th at Living Tomorrow.
In my session I will be talking about WebSockets.
WebSockets on Fire
While the WebSockets API specification is not stable yet, various browser vendors have already implemented a prototype in their latest browser versions. Microsoft released their WebSockets prototype in December 2010. While there is no native implementation of WebSockets in IE9 just yet, for now they are providing a solution which works cross-browser, relying on a Silverlight client. Server-side a Windows Communication Foundation server is made available, which implements the latest version of the WebSockets protocol.
In this session, Jef covers the WebSockets fundamentals, demonstrates a proof of concept that could be used in various fire department web applications and deep-dives into the code of this proof of concept.
The full agenda of this event can be found here or here.
Register here. Seats are limited!
I hope to see you there.