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Unvirtual

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Hi,

since WebSocket founds it way into the Java EE Standard I'm aksing myself about your going to finally support WebSocket for IcePush too? Is it in plan, may for 4.0.0 Final?

Thanks and regards
ted.goddard

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WebSocket features will likely be introduced first for HTML 5 development with BridgeIt rather than JSF development with ICEfaces. (Where we can introduce new APIs outside the JSF request/response model.)

Do you have an application that would benefit specifically from WebSocket? The main advantage with the HTTP strategy with ICEpush is that it has the widest browser and network infrastructure support (some firewalls will block WebSocket). Since the PushRenderer API would remain the same, there would be little visible difference to the application developer.
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I'm building an application with a wide user range, where may 1000 or 10000 users could be parallel logged in. I don't know about IcePush can work that amount of connections.
ted.goddard

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ICEpush can actually handle that number of users easily -- the question would be sufficient memory for a JSF application of that scale.
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Unvirtual

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Thanks for that info, ted. My application will be able to handle that. All performance tests run positive.

 
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