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Tuesday, April 8 • 11:30am - 12:20pm
Utilizing the Web - or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love HTML5

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This talk introduces the new communication standards that helped launch a new way of web browsing, more specifically WebSockets and Server-Sent Events (SSE), and looks at how the Apache HTTP Server can be utilized to use these technologies to create 'the Next Web App'.  With code examples and live previews, this talk explains how these new communication protocols work and how to get started with them, from a simple chat application to massive online collaboration programs. The talk will feature complete, working examples in HTML5, JavaScript, PHP and Lua, as well as live interaction with the audience, and can be watched by beginners as well as people with prior knowledge in the field.

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Daniel Gruno

Apache Software Foundation
Daniel Gruno (known in most circles as Humbedooh) is a member of the Apache Software Foundation, PMC member of the HTTP Server and Traffic Server projects, infrastructure fiddler, swhacker and avid Lua fan. When he's not busy with work, he likes to spend time improving mod_lua for httpd, or working with new ways of utulizing the latest technologies available on the web. This will be the fourth ApacheCon in a row that Daniel speaks at.


Tuesday April 8, 2014 11:30am - 12:20pm
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