Push, push, push on the browser

It’s a fact the request-response HTTP loop is not fashion. The RIA wave oblige, we need more browser interaction and push backed data like we have on desktop applications (chat (XMPP), online gaming, financial app). HTML 5 is looking after that with WebSocket but you need web server which implement it. Kaazing company just release its web server which implement this specification after the Michael Carter’s Orbited.
Comet concept already allow us implement push in the browser with CometD, or more easily with Pushlet. Be carefull not all web server support this.
The recent conference on this subject met personnalities but unfortunately i miss and there is no available webcast yet. But there is the Jonas Jacobi’s webcast (Kaazing co-fondator).

It’s a fact the request-response HTTP loop is not fashion. The RIA wave oblige, we need more browser interaction and push backed data like we have on desktop applications (chat (XMPP), online gaming, financial app). HTML 5 is looking after that with WebSocket but you need web server which implement it. Kaazing company just release its web server which implement this specification after the Michael Carter’s Orbited.
Comet concept already allow us implement push in the browser with CometD, or more easily with Pushlet. Be carefull not all web server support this.
The recent conference on this subject met personnalities but unfortunately i miss and there is no available webcast yet. But there is the Jonas Jacobi’s webcast (Kaazing co-fondator).