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The Web Communication Revolution – An Overview of HTML5 WebSockets

In this recorded presentation we walk through the challenges the legacy Web is posing

Watch Part 1 of our webcast series: Web Communication Revolution – an Overview of HTML5 WebSockets.

In this recorded presentation we walk through the challenges the legacy Web is posing and how HTML5 and WebSockets are changing it into a new, living Web. In the webcast we discuss questions like HTML5 and WebSocket support in older browsers, the WebSocket API and protocol, trends how the full duplex low latency messaging will change enterprise topologies, and how higher level business protocols can be extended all the way to desktop browsers and mobile devices.

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Jonas has 21 years of experience leading the development of innovative technology products and services. Together with Kaazing’s Co-Founder & CTO John Fallows, he pioneered and championed the groundbreaking HTML5 WebSocket standard. Prior to co-founding Kaazing he served as VP of Product Management for Brane Corporation, a Silicon Valley startup dedicated to developing a market-leading enterprise platform for building model-driven apps. Before Brane, he spent 8+ years at Oracle where he served as a Java EE and open source Evangelist, and was Product Manager in the Oracle Application Server division for JavaServer Faces, Oracle ADF Faces, and Oracle ADF Faces Rich Client. He is a frequent speaker at international conferences on accelerating and scaling secure enterprise-grade WebComms (Web Communications).

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