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Thread Mormot open source access to Oracle DB, MySQL, PostgreSQL, ODBC on Linux and Win32/Win64
Thu, Aug 18 2016 7:32 PMPermanent Link

erickengelke

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Trinione wrote:
>Does Mormot also have WebSockets? And, if so can an example also be included?

There is a web socket example, and mormot supports web sockets too.

Erick
Thu, Sep 15 2016 11:55 AMPermanent Link

Trinione

erickengelke wrote:
<< There is a web socket example, and mormot supports web sockets too. >>

Erick:
I was working with another tool I use to develop websites and came across a websocket example that pulled data from a database. Wow! And, checking via the Developer window in Chrome I am not seeing any JSON files  transferred. The speed though. Wow!
Thu, Sep 15 2016 5:55 PMPermanent Link

erickengelke

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Trinione wrote:

erickengelke wrote:
<< There is a web socket example, and mormot supports web sockets too. >>

Erick:
I was working with another tool I use to develop websites and came across a websocket example that pulled data from a database. Wow! And, checking via the Developer window in Chrome I am not seeing any JSON files  transferred. The speed though. Wow!

You can send virtual packets through web sockets, and those virtual packets can be anything, including JSON.

However, for simplicity sake, I don't usually rely on JSON in the web socket connection, I just use it to say if the regular socket should refresh.  Its up to you.

Erick
Tue, Sep 20 2016 1:04 AMPermanent Link

Trinione

Erick:
Am wondering... Web hosting on a Linux VPS + Mormot + Lazarus on Linux = Yes or No?
Tue, Sep 20 2016 7:39 AMPermanent Link

erickengelke

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Trinione wrote:

Erick:
> Am wondering... Web hosting on a Linux VPS + Mormot + Lazarus on Linux = Yes or No?

Cheap web hosting usually only comes with PHP support, not the ability to run a Daemon.

I am pretty sure Amazon-styled virtual machines would work as you install your own Windows or Linux or whatever, but someone would have to verify that.

Erick
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