Talk in English - US at php[tek] 2017
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I honestly expected more explicit details in web socket implementation on both the server and client sides (granted the spec is fairly straight-forward). Instead, this was a personal-experience story that seemed to be more focused on generalized topics around web sockets and the trials and tribulations associated with the speaker's implementation on a specific project. I did appreciate hearing about the pitfalls associated with this approach and the methods the speaker used to overcome them (especially the information about the separate open file limits in the OS and PHP). Unfortunately, I left this talk less excited about the possibility of using web sockets in PHP than I started with - feeling that PHP just isn't the right platform for this technology.
Good talk. Extra star for the live demo.
This was a good talk about websockets in general and gave some good use cases for it. The presenter was very personable and I enjoyed listening to the story of how he successfully used websockets to solve his business problem.
I also particularly enjoyed talking about how PHP can be the server end of the socket and some of the problems inherent in that (i.e. 1024 connection limit, long-running process concerns).
Very good talk. Loved the real-world experiences and pitfalls.
I would've liked to hear a little more about the server implementation side of things.
Really awesome dig into the concept and how it applies along with some pitfalls to watch for and where to go next. Great for someone starting from zero on websocket concepts