Join Joseph LeBlanc for an in-depth discussion in this video Implementing chat interfaces, part of Node.js First Look.
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With jQuery loaded, we can now hook onto the document ready event.…Next, we define a function called log_chat_message.…Log_chat_message takes a string, places it within a list element, then finds the…chat log element and appends that list element.…Chat_log is going to be an unordered list.…Next, we connect to the socket as we did before.…The entrance, exit, and chat events, now all call log_chat_message.…
Finally, we have an input named chat box.…We're going to listen for keypresses on the chat box input.…The event will tell us which key was pressed.…
- Using the Socket.IO Node package to achieve "live" effects like Facebook notifications
- Scraping web sites using jQuery without a browser
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2. Getting Started
Running a Node script2m 6s
4. Command Line Scripts
5. Creating Web Servers
7. WebSocket Programming
8. Connecting Beyond Node
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