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Retro Whats An Better CMS?

Discussion in 'Habbo Retros' started by Westyy, Jun 2, 2013.

  1. Well yes... and no.

    It depends on the situation and why you need it.
    For example, you should be utilising XHR if you have a CMS unless otherwise said due to API pattern(s) and coding etiquette.

    If you know that you're going to make a-lot of requests and need to keep content updated in real-time then yes WS would be the route forward.
    I.E You are running a trading website and have to keep asset values updated in real-time and ensure trades go through with no delay.
    I say "no delay" since polling is normally limited to one second (500ms at a push but the response time is going to add another 1s/500ms or more onto it by default).
    --- Double Post Merged, Nov 18, 2016, Original Post Date: Nov 18, 2016 ---
    Not sure why you would want to do this unless you were developing a web application of some sort.
     
  2. Nicholas

    Nicholas Just another user:)

    Well in my opinion it makes your hotel look professional, but if you do not think so thats you. :)
    --- Double Post Merged, Nov 18, 2016, Original Post Date: Nov 18, 2016 ---
    cool, i personally do not like web sockets, but it's you. I like ajax because it is simple, easy, and it is secure.
     
  3. Zodiak

    Zodiak MrZodiak - Programmer

    My CMS is setup to use web sockets for fast responses and has an XHR fallback on everything for if you're not connected to the websocket server :)
     
  4. I just explained the difference for you. It's not a matter of opinion...
    --- Double Post Merged, Nov 19, 2016, Original Post Date: Nov 19, 2016 ---
    This is a good concept but you shouldn't fall back to xhr-polling, I'm assuming you're using socket.io right? set the transport(s). ;)
     
  5. Aeternum

    Aeternum I love you

    Man Francis, you should be one of the heavy Node developers in the scene with all of your knowledge :p
     
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  6. I love Javascript, I just don't take a wild interest in NodeJS.
    I do use it when need be though for bower and what not, haha.
     
  7. Zodiak

    Zodiak MrZodiak - Programmer

    It uses the web-sockets when available but if the server for the websockets is down, the websocket/xhr server, it'll use post/get API's instead of everything not working without the websocket server being up :cool:
     
  8. testttttt443

    testttttt443 New Member

    RevCMS is easy but you can make a private cms for you self if you can php etc.
     
  9. Nicholas

    Nicholas Just another user:)

    A cms is not all php tho. ;)
     
  10. testttttt443

    testttttt443 New Member

    True but most people use php.
    But what you say is true you can make it with java etc.
     
  11. Hashh

    Hashh

    My opinion is Illumina CMS edit by Clawed, My opinion.
     
  12. Nicholas

    Nicholas Just another user:)

    Yea but i am working more towards an AngularJS Content Management System [ Want to see this link? Register ! ]
     
  13. BrainCMS

    BrainCMS Brain is live, Live is Brain

    Braincms :D
     
  14. Sly

    Sly Owner of Robbo

    BrainCMS will overtake any.
     
    BrainCMS likes this.
  15. Coltz

    Coltz hi

    NO4H, Sly and BrainCMS like this.
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