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I like trying out new frameworks and writing about them. Below you can find the latest articles I wrote.


Using WebSockets with Angular

January 22nd, 2019 | 14 min read | angular, rxjs, WebSockets

In my previous tutorial, I’ve set up a Spring boot application that allows WebSocket communication rather than serving a traditional REST API. Today, we’re going to find out how to communicate to that backend using Angular.

Using WebSockets with Spring boot

January 8th, 2019 | 7 min read | Java, Spring, Spring boot, WebSockets

A few years ago, I wrote an article about using WebSockets with Spring and AngularJS. However, the technologies have evolved over the years. That’s why I decided to write some up-to-date follow-up articles using the latest version of Spring boot and the latest version of the Angular framework. In this first follow-up article, I’m going […]

Writing real time applications using Spring, AngularJS and WebSockets

March 9th, 2014 | 2 min read | angular, AngularJS, JavaScript, Spring, Spring MVC, Web, WebSockets

HTML5 made browsers a powerful alternative to desktop applications. However, network traffic (when using AJAX or by simply loading pages) is always in one direction. The client requests a page from the server, which in turn responds with the proper content. With HTML5 WebSockets that’s a different story, websockets allow you to setup a full duplex […]

Writing real time applications using Spring and AngularJS (Part 3: AngularJS)

March 9th, 2014 | 14 min read | angular, AngularJS, JavaScript, Spring, Spring MVC, Web, WebSockets

In the previous two tutorials I made the entire back-end for the real time application. You probably have noticed that the configuration part actually took longer than actually writing the application itself, this is because there’s a lot of magic behind the screens (think about the data access layer we didn’t have to write). This […]

Writing real time applications using Spring and AngularJS (Part 1: Project setup)

March 9th, 2014 | 8 min read | angular, AngularJS, JavaScript, Spring, Spring MVC, Web, WebSockets

HTML5 made browsers a powerful alternative to desktop applications. However, network traffic (when using AJAX or by simply loading pages) is always in one direction. The client requests a page from the server, which in turn responds with the proper content. With HTML5 WebSockets that’s a different story, websockets allow you to setup a full […]