StreamTable.js – The next generation search filter

So, you think you should search data? Or filter it?  And now, stream ... what? Searching for data has a performance price - we need heavy duty server resources and have delayed responses. See the LinkedIn search. Filtering for data requires us to load the entire data on the client-side (via JSON) and then filter … Continue reading StreamTable.js – The next generation search filter

Real-time Games using HTML5, WebSockets, nodejs and socket.io

Ever imagined playing a game on the web by simply logging in - no local installation required, no licenses and you can continue from where you left off! Imagine multi-player games from your browser or phone - basically 'gaming in the cloud'. Ok - that sounded pretty cliche 🙂 But its already here folks and faster … Continue reading Real-time Games using HTML5, WebSockets, nodejs and socket.io

Push notifications using express.js and socket.io

So we built a real-time bidding system! Why? Because one of our clients needed it. Our customer bridges the gap between vendors and customers. (Cannot reveal more specifics like the domain etc.) Customer requests an order and vendors bid for that order. Customer should be notified in real-time about any bids. Customer should be able … Continue reading Push notifications using express.js and socket.io

filter.js – Client side search filtering using JSON and jQuery

Speed for search result filtering is critical. Its fine for site users to wait for some time (maybe a few seconds) to load the search results but after that filtering better be fast otherwise people lose interest. To give a simple example of how things are not user friendly is if you go to ebay.com … Continue reading filter.js – Client side search filtering using JSON and jQuery