KAAZING was the first organization delivering formal, instructor-led HTML5
and WebSocket training globally back in 2008. Since then, we have trained
thousands of web developers and engineers on the latest best practices and
techniques for building state of the art Web and mobile applications.
Today, we still remain very active in educating the web development community
at all skill levels. Earlier this year, we launched two new intermediate to
advanced level courses for web developers focused on new best practices and
techniques for modern Web and mobile app development using open-source tools,
and developing secure, real-time networked Web and mobile applications.
Richard Clark, Head of Global Training at KAAZING, will be teaching a 1-day
Francisco on May 19 from 9am-4pm. This course is called... (more)
Here is the recording of the second WebCast in our 3-part series: 5 Signs You
Need HTML5 WebSockets.
If you missed the first one you can watch it here: Web Communication
Revolution: an Overview of HTML5 WebSockets.
Not since the Web began has there been an era of disruption like the one
ushered in by the Internet of Things. An IoT connected world is fast becoming
a reality that promises to link our homes and business and improve
By the year 2020, the number of Things connected to the Internet will be 6X
the number of humans. With the explosive growth of connected things, an IoT
world brings both tremendous risks and enormous opportunities.
Join KAAZING and Gigaom Research for “The Internet of Things: Making it
Happen in Your Business,” a free analyst roundtable webinar on Tuesday... (more)
In his recent blog post, SPDY and WebSocket Support at Akamai Stephen Ludin
(pictured), chief product architect talks about Akamai’s vision of the Web.
Stephen discusses that at the 2012 Santa Clara Velocity conference Akamai
announced upcoming SPDY and WebSocket support. He talks about the performance
improvements SPDY and WebSocket bring to the table, about the possible
combination of the two technologies, and points to Kaazing’s demos to
showcase how the WebSocket technology is pushing the interactive web to new
Head over to Akamai’s blog to read the full p... (more)
In Part 1, we looked at the completed application, then reviewed the
starting code in Part 2. In Part 3 we created a WebSocket connection and
started sending and receiving messages in Part 4. In Part 5 we solved the
problem of hearing back the echo of the same messages we were sending to the
In this part, we’ll add an image to our app. As we interact with the
slider, the size of the image will change with it.
If you haven’t followed the previous steps, you can start from Task 13 by
pointing your browser to the Task 12 state of the tutorial: