Audrey Neveu Saagie
Today’s applications need Real-Time, not only for data but also for events. You want your users to know immediately when something new happened: mention, blog post, pull request, … But what is the best way to interact in Real-Time with APIs when the refresh time is unpredictable? You’ve probably heard about WebHooks, and perhaps about WebSub too. Perhaps you even know that one is based on the other. But do you know what are their differences, how to implement each and more important: when to use each?
In this session we’re gonna dive into each technologies to find the answer to the questions above and, of course, we’ll see them in action with a live coding demo!
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October 10, 2017 16:30
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