[ANN] Nginx HTTP Push Module v0.69

Leo P. junk at slact.net
Fri Nov 20 07:54:03 MSK 2009

Take a look at http://pushmodule.slact.net . You would have Java send 
HTTP requests to urls of your choosing to interact with the server -- 
both to publish messages and subscribe to communication channels. If you 
want  any sort of moderation functionality, you will want  to keep the 
publisher locations visible only to your application and have clients 
send messages through your application  (which will implement your 
desired moderation logic)
   - Leo

冉兵 wrote:
> Looks very interesting!
> Is there an extension point whereby I can program a Java application, 
> for example, to participate a channel? Furthermore what if I want to 
> create a modulator's console to modulate a chatting room, preferably 
> in a language of my choice?
> --------------------------------------------------
> From: "Leo P." <junk at slact.net>
> Sent: Thursday, November 19, 2009 12:50 AM
> To: <nginx at sysoev.ru>
> Subject: [ANN] Nginx HTTP Push Module v0.69
>> This module turns Nginx into an adept HTTP Push and Comet server. It 
>> takes care of all the connection juggling, and exposes a simple 
>> interface to broadcast messages to clients via plain old HTTP 
>> requests. This lets one write live-updating asynchronous web 
>> applications as easily as their oldschool classic counterparts, since 
>> the code does not need to manage requests with delayed responses. The 
>> module implements a no-frills publisher/subscriber protocol centered 
>> on uniquely identifiable channels. It is an order of magnitude 
>> simpler and more basic than similar protocols (such as Bayeux).
>> Read on, download, etc. at http://pushmodule.slact.net/
>>  - Leo

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