Android Realtime Whiteboard App with NodeJS Part III

Welcome to part III of the Realtime Whiteboard App with NodeJS. In this last part I will provide a link to the Android client that I wrote some time ago in Java which targeted the Android SDK version 19.

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Android Realtime Whiteboard App with NodeJS Part II

Welcome to part II of the Realtime Whiteboard App with NodeJS. In this part we will go over the web UI interface which uses a bit of javascript and will work with the NodeJs server from part I.

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Android Realtime Whiteboard App with NodeJS Part I

A while back I had interviewed with a company that was looking to hire a full-stack developer with experience building Android apps and who knew just enough NodeJS to work on their realtime socket-based backend code. After speaking on the phone the company and I came to the conclusion that they would judge my application on how well I performed on the take-home coding assignment which was to develop a real-time whiteboard/drawing application together with an accompanying Android app.

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C++ Chat Server Tutorial Part II

In part 2 of the C++ boost chat application tutorial we’ll develop the server side code. It uses a bit more C++ coding but the same concepts apply from the first article in the series.

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C++ Chat Server Tutorial Part I

In this tutorial we’ll learn how to write a client for a feature limited chat server in C++ using the Boost libraries. The codebase for this tutorial is a bit dated as many of the features included by Boost are now apart of the C++ standard library but knowledege of Boost is still worthy of merit in case you run into the many C++ projects which make use of it.

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