Learn how to use namespaces in an application.
Welcome to the video, Create A Simple Namespace Application.…Now, in the previous video,…we learned about using rooms in an application,…and pretty much we're gonna do the same thing here,…but with namespaces.…So in this video, we will see what multiple namespaces…looks like in an application.…Then, we will listen and send events in those namespaces.…Just like the last video, let's just go ahead…and jump right into the code.…Again, we'll start with package.json,…and we see that we have Express and Socket.io,…same versions, we're starting with the same base…as every other video.…
Now we'll look at the server;…again, same boilerplate, same base as all the other videos.…The interesting part really starts here.…So, this is gonna take in a namespace,…and is gonna return a function…that will work as a socket listener.…It takes in a socket, and it has some emits,…and some listening events.…So this should pretty much look like…exactly what the Socket.io connection handler looks like,…and this is technically what we've done…
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- Using Redis
- Structures, channels, and subscribing
- Adding messaging
- Integrating Redis and Node.js
- Working with geospacial indexes
- Using Node.js with Socket.IO
- Working with rooms
- Creating namespaces
- Using Socket.IO and Express
- Sharing states
- Using routes
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Using Redis
2. Redis Messaging
3. Integrating Redis and Node.js
4. Using Node.js and Socket.IO
5. Using Rooms and Namespaces in Socket.IO
6. Using Socket.IO and Express
Out of process messaging8m 20s
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