Clean Spring MVC Web Application

As a base for the future blog entries, I have created a simple web application based on the Spring Web MVC framework and checked it in to the git repository. If you just want to take a look at the application (or maybe use it for your specific purposes), please use the github repository; however, if your are interested to create an application on your own, the following steps may be beneficial for you. Read the rest of this entry »

.NET to JavaScript Data Push using WebSockets

With the latest WebORB release (.NET as well as JAVA), Midnight Coders announced the full support of the WebSockets technology. Briefly speaking, WebSockets allow bi-directional communication between server and client sides through TCP sockets. Specifically, your JavaScript client can exchange data with the server-side in the real-time! A web page can use JavaScript to establish a connection with the server and bi-directionally send data to and receive data from it without any page refreshes. It sounds awesome, doesn’t it? Read the rest of this entry »