I would like to draw your attention to Session AD1077 at Connect 2016. It is scheduled on February 3rd at 10:45 am in the Orange G room.
I will talk about how to bring websocket technology to XPage development. I use an OpenNTF plugin that installs a Java websocket server into Domino. Using this approach, a developer can build native Xpage applications without the use of 3rd party software such as node.js/socket.io. The presentation is mainly aimed at fellow developers. I will show you how to install the websocket extension into the Domino server. I will also talk in detail about the websocket API and protocol. There will be code examples showing how to communicate between the client and the server using websocket messages. All this will be demonstrated in an XPage application that contains a chat client, a video chat window and a user presence awareness window.
The application is styled with Bootstrap, so it works in a desktop environment and on mobile devices,as well.
I will also introduce the audience to WebRTC technology that allows peer-to-peer video communication between two clients. I believe this is the first time that websocket/WebRTC have been brought to Xpages natively. I hope to see many of you at my presentation.
Session Type : Technical Breakout
Date/Time : Wed, 03-Feb, 10:45 AM-11:45 AM
Venue : Hilton Orlando
Room : Orange G