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Kaazing’s Setting Up Kaazing WebSocket Gateway – HTML5 Edition document won a Society of Technical Communications Merit Award for meeting high standards in documentation and applying technical communication principles in a highly proficient manner. This setup guide shows yo...
After presenting to a partner of Kaazing last week I got asked what impact the emerging WebSocket standard would have on the Web, assuming we continue down the path that has already been laid out. The impact could be the … Continue reading →
For the 2012 Novela Festival of shared knowledge, held in Toulouse, France, Emmanuelle Mason, a local artist, whose practice explores and questions mixed mediums such as drawing, video, device, performance, photography, sculpture, digital and dance, partnered with software services com...
Rackspace’s Chief Liaison Officer, Robert Scoble, interviews Jonas Jacobi, Kaazing’s CEO and co-founder. Jonas talks about the potentials of an always connected world, the boost that real-time Web communication can give to Web applications. He introduces the WebSocket techn...
Hot off the press: the brand new TIBCO Web Messaging is powered by the recently released 3.5 version of Kaazing WebSocket Gateway JMS Edition. “TIBCO Web Messaging takes full advantage of Kaazing’s JMS Edition 3.5 release to enable real-time, two-way … Continue reading →...
Turkish Electricity Market Operator TEIAS PMUM has selected Kaazing to power their new 7/24 Live Electricity Intraday Market. The new 7/24 Live Electricity Intraday Market will launch January 1, 2013. Moving to the Kaazing WebSocket platform has allowed us to … Continue reading &...
We’re very excited about the results of the recently published WebSocket benchmark Kaazing completed in partnership with Dell and Tibco, titled Fastest Million with Kaazing, Dell, and Tibco. This benchmark demonstrates that Kaazing WebSocket Gateway can deliver real-time data to ...
We’re thrilled to share the great news that the brand new WebSocket book, The Definitive Guide to HTML5 WebSocket, is in the final stretch. I joined two co-authors recently, who started the project about six months ago at Kaazing. The … Continue reading →
Axway, Bank of America, Deutsche Boerse, Goldman Sachs, Huawei, Kaazing, JPMorgan Chase, Microsoft, Primeton, Progress Software, Red Hat, Software AG, US Dept of Homeland Security, VMware and Others Collaborate on Interoperability Standard for MessagingBoston...
On October 15-16 Kaazing is attending HTML5DevConf, the world’s largest HTML5 conference in San Francisco. Kaazing’s Frank Greco will lead a panel discussion, titled: WebSocket Applications and Vision for the Future. The panelists will be Ilya Grigorik from Google, Matt ...
If you’ve been paying attention to our press releases for the past few months, you’ve no doubt seen that we’ve been partnering with some of the leaders in web, mobile, and cloud services. We’re thrilled to bring our performance monitoring and load testing tools to a growing number of c...
In this multi-part blog I will show you how to quickly get a Kaazing JMS instance up and running in the Cloud that will allow you to take advantage of the “pay-only-for-what-you-use” pricing model. Yes, you heard it right, you … Continue reading →
The Reverse Connectivity Paradox: Close all inbound ports on your firewall while still allowing clients to connect to your WebSocket server. Until now, allowing access to an internal network while still maintaining security behind the firewall has been impossible because … Contin...
Kaazing is up on the wall out our local Ristorante Don Gionvanni restaurant with some of the other local big names:
As part of my prep for the talk we give at JavaOne 2012, I built a WebSocket app using JavaFX 2.2 front-end with NetBeans 7.2 and the brand new JavaFX Scene Builder 1.0. The tools were a pleasant surprise, they were pretty straight-forward to … Continue reading →
In Part 1, we looked at the completed application, then reviewed the starting code in Part 2. In Part 3 we created a WebSocket connection and started sending and receiving messages in Part 4. In Part 5 we solved the problem of hearing back the … Continue reading →
In Part 1, we looked at the completed application, then reviewed the starting code in Part 2. In Part 3 we created a WebSocket connection and started sending and receiving messages in Part 4. In Part 5 we solved the problem of hearing back the … Continue reading →
In Part 1 we took a look at the completed application, then reviewed the starting code in Part 2 . In Part 3, we created a WebSocket connection. Now let’s start sending and receiving messages. If you haven’t followed the … Continue reading →
In Part 1, we looked at the completed application, then reviewed the starting code in Part 2. Now, let’s get started with building our application. Point your browser to the starting state: http://jsfiddle.net/R5qc3/. Task 1: Adding the slider to the HTML page … Continue re...
In Part 1, we looked at the completed application, which we’ll start building here. Before we get started with actual development, let’s take a look at the starting application. Open a new browser tab or window with the starting application in JSFiddle. The starting app is as simple ...
This tutorial series walks you through the simple steps of building an HTML5 WebSocket app, demonstrating the power of the publish/subscribe development pattern directly in JavaScript. Our sample is almost as simple as a Chat app, the “Hello World” app of the WebSocket world, but is a ...
In Part 1 we looked at the completed application, then reviewed the starting code in Part 2. In Part 3 we created a WebSocket connection, then started sending and receiving messages in Part 4. At the end of Part 4, we noticed an issue … Continue reading →
The world’s largest HTML5 user group, San Francisco HTML5 (SFHTML5), has reached 5,000 members. This is a huge milestone not only for SFHTML5, but as Meetup.com itself has announced, “With 5,000 members, you are now one of the largest Meetup Groups in the world.” SFHTML5 was founded b...
Kaazing announced the availability of a new Platform as a Service, offering the fastest, most reliable, and most efficient mobile Web experience. Here’s a quote from the press release: The Kaazing Private PaaS is a web-enabled full-duplex, real-time data solution based on the new HTML...
The recently published article by eSecurity Planet, HTML5 WebSockets Identified As Security Risk raises a few interesting questions.  ”WebSockets can be used for lots of things, but they shouldn’t be used for all items on a web page.” The post makes a … Continue...
The HTML5 Developer Conference, DevCon5 took place at NYU’s Kimmel Center in Manhattan. Attendees had incredible view from the 10th floor: Kaazing’s WebSocket talk and 60″ monitor at the demo table peaked a lot of interest. The new Zing-Pong demo, allowing attendees t...
Over the course of the last few months, there has been a lot of ink in the press and online about the new Web revolution taking place as we speak. Indeed, tomorrow’s web will be a completely different beast. It … Continue reading →
Apica, a performance testing and monitoring company teamed up with Kaazing to bring performance monitoring to apps using WebSockets. Kaazing customers moving applications to HTML5 and WebSocket extensions will now be able to validate response time and function with Apica’s real-browser...
In the past few weeks, I’ve had several conversations about the announcement that Kaazing and Apica are teaming up to deliver performance monitoring for HTML5 WebSocket. I’ve found that many people are still largely unfamiliar with the HTML5 WebSocket standard, so I want to...
In his recent blog post, SPDY and WebSocket Support at Akamai Stephen Ludin, chief product architect talks about Akamai’s vision of the Web. Stephen discusses that at the 2012 Santa Clara Velocity conference Akamai announced upcoming SPDY and WebSocket support. He … Continu...
Web 2.0 style integration has become the norm with REST and SOA-based APIs – WebSockets may provide the speed and scale necessary to make it the perfect answer to infrastructure integration challenges One of the concerns that arose early in the days of discussing Infrastructure 2.0,...
Have you noticed how many of your iOS (iPhone and iPad) apps are now in HTML5? I have several that were updated and are now HTML5. Very cool! WebMobi has released a mobile HTML5 app creation platform for Blackberry developers, providing features including developer components for the...
The Electronic Entertainment Expo, better known as E3, is the ultimate video game conference. Journalists, critics, celebrities, and industry heavyweights from around the globe flock to Southern California in early summer to be on hand as developers unveil their new game titles …...
Kaazing’s lead instructor, Richard Clark authored 13 great videos that help you get started with HTML5. The videos are published on Intel’s Software Network and are free to the general public. If you’re interested in any of these topics, head … Continue reading ...
This bedtime story may help you explain your kids (nieces, nephews, mother, grandmother, aunt, and other distant relatives) some of the issues with our world…
Watch Ron Renwick, Sr. Product Marketing Manager discuss Kaazing’s cloud offering. The webinar also features a walk-through showcasing the steps of registering with Amazon EC2, launchnig, configuring, and accessing the Kaazing WebSocket Gateway in the cloud. And here you can dire...
What makes working with WebSockets challenging at times is that the messages are extremely tiny and incredibly fast – making it hard to see them. With the updated Chrome Dev Tools,  you can now see the WebSocket traffic coming and … Continue reading →
Join Ron Renwick, Sr. Product Marketing Manager at Kaazing for a free Webinar discussing how you can build real-time applications using Kaazing WebSocket Gateway on Amazon EC2, connecting your backend messaging systems all the way to the end user, leveraging … Continue reading &#...
Kaazing’s own Marcelo Jabali posted a nice write-up on accessing a MySQL database directly from the browser using WebSockets. Marcelo describes the building blocks and the config changes he had to make. Sample code is coming soon too.
We’re very proud of the new dress kaazing.com got recently. While the design is brand new, there’s a lot of new content to be discovered as well. Here are some of the highlights of the new site: Kaazing in the Cloud: … Continue reading →