By reza_rahman on Dec 31, 2013
Lee Chuk Munn from the Advanced Technology Applications Practice for the National University of Singapore, Institute of Systems Science describes the problem space well and shows you how to hack a basic solution. Chuk plans on working on a framework that builds a more complete solution to marry Socket.IO and JSR 356. He used GlassFish 4 and NetBeans 7.4 for his work. Does this inspire you to hack a framework on top of JSR 356, join Chuk in his efforts or contribute to the GlassFish community in the New Year :-)?