Valet: A Realtime Server for Rapid Prototyping
A simple server built on Node.js and Socket.io. You can deploy it locally with one command, or remotely with a few clicks. Clever namespaces allow you to use Valet for multiple projects simultaneously.
While developing the Robin platform at One Mighty Roar, we’ve found ourselves pushing realtime data between things like RFID kiosks, Bluetooth devices, PHP servers, and various AngularJS frontends. Along the way, we’ve built a simple but flexible server that uses Socket.io and Node.js to make passing around realtime data as simple as possible.
We’ve come to think of Valet as less of a server and more of a tool – once you’ve set it up once, you can use it for many concurrent projects without any customization. In this post, we’ll go over some of the aspects of Valet and how to use it. There’s more…
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