A basic beginner's guide to #Websockets, and how they work. An excellent video for a quick overview.
WEBSOCKET TUTORIAL - How Websockets Work
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😀 Imagine outer space with a star burst of 1000 stars. Each star is a web hosting server that launches x number of Websocket server services. A star can talk to it's client user connections or other stars by relaying secure messages using TLS via WSS protocols, comms technology the Army could use for drone swarms.
Each internal Websocket service on every server can talk with other services using internal Websocket messaging between concurrently spawned service tasks running in the background (database updates, file deletion, etc). A star talking to 1000 other stars uses the same internal WS TLS WSS Websocket architecture, and this in turn we call "real time" buffered (all message ques sent out at the same time) NANO-SECURE transmission.
All message ques from all stars and services are executed at the same time ( no wait-in-turn for files to load, execute and be deleted from memory which typically cause a server crash w/too many connections ).
We hear on the News all the time that "too many people went on CRA website and it crashed". Fortunately, with this developed NANO-SECURE #Websocket Client Server technology CHATZILLA.ORG servers ( stars ) cannot crash or freeze. The user experience is NOT affected in any negative way. þ39-þ
NANO-SECURE "real time" Websocket Client Server technology
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I am the CHATZILLA.ORG full stack senior programmer. 😎 Unlike "open source" social media websites today which use limited PHPSocial style frameworks to build from ( NODE.JS ) - CHATZILLA.ORG is coded from the ground up in NOTEPAD.EXE since 2010, adding 30 years of social media programming experience & taking into account unlimited large scale server traffic processing by creating special websocket back-end server architecture to compete, making the CHATZILLA.ORG website and the CHATZILLA.ORG Android mobile app. one of the only frameworks that can compete head to head with Facebook.com, Twitter.com, Parler.com, Discord.com and Messenger combined.
If your company is interested in purchasing our technology today please contact me via the generic Contact form. As Parler.com was priced at 1 billion US dollars a year ago (without Discord.com style chat, etc - which we have), I would be happy to make a way better deal for even less than a quarter of this price.
More technical information in the main About page and below. Thank you and welcome!