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Safari Browser Crash while using WebSocket - New Toronto Group

Safari Browser Crash while using WebSocket

| March 26th, 2014 by Ronak Nagda

Recently, I was pulling out my hair facing a dilemma wherein the WebSocket connection was lost on an inactive Safari tab while using an iPad. First impression was a bug caused by Socket.IO. Upon investigation, I found that this was not the case, as every web socket connection was crashing and there was no way to detect this. Issue: Upon deeper analysis, I gathered the following information: The…

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Posted in apple, javascript, Safari, Socket.io, Loading... | 0 Comments

Are You Ready for the Next Gold Rush? - New Toronto Group

Are You Ready for the Next Gold Rush?

| March 24th, 2014 by Sean Hopen

A news article last month gave me pause to perk up my ears. Robot refrigerators turned evil and spammed their masters. The dark side of the Internet of Things (IoT) has arrived!

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Posted in ioT, javascript, Node.js, .NET | 0 Comments

BlackBerry WebWorks 2.0 SDK has just gone GOLD! - New Toronto Group

BlackBerry WebWorks 2.0 SDK has just gone GOLD!

| March 10th, 2014 by Rod Nolan

BlackBerry’s struggles to stay alive over the last couple of years, in a market that it single-handedly invented, are well documented. I participated in that fight in my own small way by creating and delivering training to enthusiastic developers around the world. During that period, I lived and breathed BlackBerry so it’s no surprise that the topic of my last article was related to BlackBerry development.…

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Posted in Apache Cordova, BlackBerry 10, Cordova, Mobile, mobile application development, sdk, WebWorks | 0 Comments