Run Multiple WebSocket Services On Same Port

Are you as crazy as me when developing WebSocket applications ? It’s so awesome to work with WebSockets that will blow up your mind and irritate you at the same time. WebSockets can be used for any real time applications such as : Games Chat News File Transfer And because it’s impact is so vast, we can develop as many applications as we want. But, a problem arises for freebies like me and you.

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Finding The Value Of Pi

Everyone must have heard of Pi, the irrational number that never ends. It goes by this : 3.14159265... I have been learning about Pi since I was in 8th grade. All the time in school, I was curious about to which Pi extends. Now, I know the extend – Infinity :P. I dedicated my precious Christmas vacation for finding the useless value of Pi. Why ? Curiosity. Simply, the curiosity made me want to do this.

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Advanced Live Group Chat With WebSocket, PHP & jQuery

WebSocket is one of the awesomest part of the HTML5 and we developers should experiment with it as it will be the future of client to server communication. In a recent post, I made a tutorial of live chat with WebSockets and PHP. It was the basic step into websockets. But, I have created another chat which is more advanced that has the capability to upload images as well as record audio from microphone of the user.

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Create Live Group Chat With PHP, jQuery & WebSocket

With the introduction of HTML5, a new technology was evolved in 2011 called WebSockets. This technology enables live connection with the server even after the page finished loading. It’s a better, replaceable version of AJAX for client to server communication in the background. With WebSocket technology, its possible to have a direct communication between server and client without any interruption and faster data transmission. So, to demonstrate this to me and for you, We’re going to create a live group chat with PHP, jQuery with the help of WebSockets.

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Execute Command Without Waiting For It To Finish

If you just execute a terminal command using exec or system in PHP, the page will only load completely until the command has been finished. If you are running commands to run a websocket server, the page will not load, because the start server command won’t terminate. So to avoid this problem you should just do a simple trick, Just add  /dev/null & after the command you’re running. Here is a quick example :

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