Haven't you always wanted to create a massively multiplayer, real-time game for the browser? Or perhaps add chat to your website, or maybe write a real-time financial application, collaborative text editor, or network health monitoring app, all in the browser. Forget web frameworks; Orbited.TCPSocket lets you communicate directly from a browser to any network server, with any protocol you want. By tutorial's end, every attendee will have built their own real-time data monitoring application, or multiplayer game, from scratch using Orbited, Twisted, and js.io.
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