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BrowserQuest – HTML5-Based MMORPG Built on WebSockets

Wednesday, March 28th, 2012

Cool stuff – Mozilla has released a browser-based game, BrowserQuest, that is built purely on HTML5 standards, and featured the use of HTML5 WebSocket API; this may be one of the major applications of the WebSocket API so far. Previous examples are mostly small proof-of-concepts such as small chatrooms.

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WebSockets allow web applications to dynamically create persistent, bi-directional connections with the web server. Prior to WebSockets, such a feature wasn’t possible, and web developers often resort to workarounds using Ajax/Comet techniques.