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Porting Desktop Applications to the Browser

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Michael Carter explains how to build web applications for the browser using a network stack based on non-HTTP desktop protocols with Orbited, a scalable Comet server, and js.io, a JavaScript library for real-time web applications.

Bio

Michael Carter is working on standardizing the HTTP Push protocol for Comet, js.io – JavaScript library for real-time apps - and the Comet Session Protocol. He also started the Orbited project in 2006, an open source Comet daemon. Carter is a speaker at conferences like OSCON, Pycon, and AjaxExperience.

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Jun 02, 2010

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