Tagged as: NodeJS

Under the hood of the Socket.IO + Express example

You might have seen one of the sneak preview videos on YouTube about a collaborative demo app using our scheduler with Ext JS and Sencha Touch. With our recent release of the first 2.2 beta version of Ext Scheduler, it’s now time to look under the hood of this demo application. When we were about to release the Touch Scheduler, we thought we should really put it to the …

NodeJS + Ext Scheduler === “Realtime updates”

Responding to the requests of our customers, we have prepared a very simple demo showing a multi-client implementation that immediately displays changes made by other connected clients. For this purpose we have set up a NodeJS server built using ExpressJS framework, and because we wanted the updates to be instantaneously visible we have also added a websocket communication using Socket.IO.

In this particular example we have no real database as …