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nodechat.js – Using node.js, backbone.js, socket.io, and redis to make a real time chat app

Geek fun: take node.js and a NoSQL database — usually it is MongoDB, CouchDB, or Redis, but adventurous types could even try Riak, HBase, or Cassandra — and create a “real-time” chat or collaborative editor:

nodechat.js is a simple, realtime chat app that leverages node.js, backbone.js, socket.IO, and redis. I wrote it as an exercise and I am sharing it becuase there are relatively few working examples using all these pieces together.

The outcome? You can get used with the basics of these cool technologies.

Update: A node.js, socket.io, and CouchDB post.

Original title and link: nodechat.js – Using node.js, backbone.js, socket.io, and redis to make a real time chat app (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)

via: http://fzysqr.com/2011/02/28/nodechat-js-using-node-js-backbone-js-socket-io-and-redis-to-make-a-real-time-chat-app/