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hapi-socketio-redis-chat-example - :speech_balloon: Real-time Chat using Hapi

  •    Elm

Node.js Chat Apps are practically the "Hello World" of real-time apps. If you Google for "node.js chat example" you will see thousands of results! But ... 90% of the examples use Express.js, 95% use MongoDB to store data/messages and 100% have zero tests. So, this example is for the the people who prefer to have examples that are fully explained (including tests). As with all our examples we have a suite of tests.

FoxCommerce

  •    JQuery

FoxCommerce is open source e-commerce solution. It's developed in - Asp.NET MVC3 and Razor View Engine - Visual C#.NET - jquery 1.5.1 - jquery-ui 1.8.11 - knockout MVVM Javascript Library - jquerymobile

hapi-socketio-redis-riot-chat-example - :speech_balloon: Real-time Chat using Hapi

  •    Javascript

This example adds Riot.js to our popular Hapi.js Socket.io and Redis Publish/Subscribe chat application example, as per issue #20. We took our basic chat app example and decided to add in Riot.js to replace the portion of the code where HTML was being dynamically generated.

learn-redis - :closed_book: Need to store/access your data as fast as possible? Learn Redis! Beginners Tutorial using Node

  •    Javascript

"40% of people will leave your site if it takes longer than 3 seconds to load..." https://econsultancy.com/blog/10936-site-speed-case-studies-tips-and-tools-for-improving-your-conversion-rate Never make people wait; Learn how to cache your content/app with Redis. Redis is the closest you can get to direct access (to your computer's) memory. Written in C the entire server is less than a Megabyte (smaller is better when it comes to executable size), Redis is built for speed.




redis-connection - :zap: Single Redis Connection that can be used anywhere in your node

  •    Javascript

A Global Redis Connection that can be used anywhere in your app and closed once at the end of tests. Given that Redis can handle millions of operations per second, it is unlikely to be the bottleneck in your application/stack.