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This is a two-part blog post that discusses HTML5 WebSocket and security. In this, the first post, I will talk about the security benefits that come from being HTTP-compatible and the WebSocket standard itself. In the second post (coming soon) … Continue reading →
There’s a great discussion going on over at InfoQ about the role and future of REST in light of WebSockets. Mark Little’s article collects a handful of quotes and opinions around the topic, giving a well rounded view. With a … Continue reading →
Tavant Technologies partners with Kaazing to deliver real time Web applications. Tavant Technologies, a leading provider of specialized IT solutions and services, and Kaazing, leading provider of technology for the living Web, today announced that the two companies have established ...
Under Collaterals on the Kaazing site there are several great white papers that are  worth a look. The one I’d call out today is the Security white paper. There’s a lot of fud out there around WebSocket security that can only … Continue reading →
It only takes a few minutes to download, install, start up, and try out the Kaazing WebSocket Gateway. The first in our Kaazing Quick Start series is the Kaazing WebSocket Gateway – JMS Edition Quick Start. If you’re in a couch … Continue reading →
The Kaazing Stock Portfolio Demo showcases really well the incredibly low latency WebSockets offer. Check out this quick 2 minute screencast featuring two browsers (Chrome and Safari), demonstrating the real time experience you can achieve: trades performed in one browser … Conti...
Hot off the press: ITOCHU Technology and Kaazing, leading provider of technology for the living web, today announced that the two companies have entered into a partnership. By working with Kaazing, ITOCHU Technology can now offer its customers in Japan … Continue reading →
How can you tell if your WebSocket connection is native or emulated? This question came up during our recent webcast. First, this isn’t something you need to loose sleep over, your WebSocket server should take care of this automatically for … Continue reading →
There are some solutions out there that turn your smartphone into a Wii-style controller, but many of them require a dedicated app on your phone and even a browser plugin on your desktop. With HTML5 and WebSockets you can achieve … Continue reading →
Devoxx has this great concept of "quickies", yes they are called "quickies", but they are not what you think . Quickes are short presentations (15 min) where speakers, and alike, can showcase and demo cool stuff that didn't get into the main session schedule. A few weeks back, at the ...
Kaazing's team has been working extensively over the past months to put together a highly practical 3-day class on Comet and HTML 5 Web Sockets and Server-Sent Events (SSE). The effort is coordinated with our friends at Skillsmatter and for those of you that are based in Europe 6 cours...
Kaazing Gateway 8.09_2 is now available for download at kaazing.org. Kaazing Gateway is an open source HTML 5 WebSocket Server that is available for use under the OSI approved Common Public Attribution License (CPAL)—a derivative of the Mozilla Public License. The HTML 5 WebSocket ...
Now at our third leg of the Kaazing "World Tour" I finally find some time to catch up with my blogging. At the end of September Ric Smith and I had the great opportunity to visit Arhus (Denmark) and the JAOO conference. This was our first time at JAOO and I must say that I was immensel...
AJAX and Comet just easier. The open source HTML 5 WebSocket server, Kaazing Gateway, celebrates its first release and provides the worlds first enterprise ready implementation of the HTML 5 WebSocket specification--a simplified, standards based alternative to AJAX and Comet that provi...
Jonas Jacobi and John Fallows, the founders of Kaazing talk of the need for two way communication and compare it with established request-response and Ajax models of communication. They also touch on how WebSocket can be used in JavaEE applications and its impact on existing architectu...
The Kaazing World Tour has started! If you are interested in learning how you can take advantage of streaming data to your social website, trading Web application, monitoring solution, and online poker game now is your chance. The Kaazing team will be traveling World-wide to speak, dem...
Kaazing has moved! Our new address is: Kaazing Corporation 888 Villa Street, #410 Mountain View, CA 94041 For those of you that managed to visit our old office space will realize that we have not moved too far About a 1 mile - staying in downtown Mountain View. If you have t...
One of the highlights of the year is definitely Javazone. If you are not familiar with this event - GET FAMILIARIZED!! It is a fantastic developer conference organized by the Norwegian Java user group - JavaBin. Every year the organizers seem to exceed expectations and this year was ...
Today I found an interesting post, or I should say, a series of musings about HTML 5 WebSockets published by CometDaily. Kaazing's Frank Salim was one of the contributors and here is a quote from his musing: "The Kaazing Enterprise Gateway is a WebSocket server supporting both native...
Anyone that has ever tried to release a product, whether closed source or open source, knows how hard it is to write documentation and how important it is to have excellent documentation. This brings me to Kaazing newest member - Peter Lubbers. It is with great pleasure I welcome Pete...
As a software guy it is always interesting to attend a "hardware/network" conference such as Interop in Las Vegas, NV. This year Kaazing's Brian Albers will have the pleasure to meet with the network people at the Interop conference and exchange ideas on how to improve the Web. During ...
Kaazing is reinforcing its development team! Today I'm extremely happy to welcome Michael Carter to Kaazing and the Kaazing team. Michael will join us as our Comet Architect and will primarily work on our Enterprise Comet solution. Michael is recognized as the lead developer for the ...
After months of preparation the Kaazing team has now opened the doors for enrollment to Kaazing's Private Beta program. As soon as the registration closes (March 31st, 2008), candidates selected for the initial beta testing will be notified. If you are one of the lucky ones, you will ...