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13th July, 2016

MongoDB forms part of the NoSQL vanguard and is big in more than once sense, which is part of the attraction. It is both very popular, finding employ inside eBay, LinkedIn and Craigslist, and it excels in storing & organizing very large volumes of data. That it stores its content as (what look and feel…

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Application Integration
12th July, 2016

Application architecture and integration requirements have undergone a sea of change over the past few years. The number of end-users, connected devices, and applications are increasing exponentially. All the while, enterprise data resources, systems of record and computing infrastructure are pushed out to an array of new cloud-based services that are connected – yet separated…

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Java Code
6th July, 2016

In Diffusion 5.7, we added a polling (XHR) transport to the existing WebSocket transport. XHR is short for XMLHttpRequest which is an API provided by the browsers for a server and a client to exchange data. A new option, ‘transports‘, that the JavaScript client can use to pass in a list of transports to connect to the server, for example: diffusion.connect({ transports…

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App Architecture Workshop
23rd June, 2016

There is so much happening in the Big Data space, that we’re pleased to bring you this list of news snippets. In new product news, Push Technology unveiled a new approach to realtime messaging with its product, Diffusion Cloud. With a revamped pricing model designed to lower application costs, and patent-pending efficiency features for streaming…

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17th June, 2016

Developing for iOS can be a lot of fun and potentially profitable. Xcode provides a mature IDE that’s simple to use. You can rest easy in the knowledge that the majority of your users will be using the latest version of iOS. For example, on April 18th 2016, 84% of users were using iOS 9….

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