Integrate Server-Sent Events in your Apple Watch for WatchOS 2

Real-time data animation in your Apple Watch with A few months back, I demonstrated how to animate data in Real-Time in your iOS applications using with a New York Times API (see my blogpost here). With the growing success of smartwatches and the launch of the Apple Watch a couple years ago, a lot of companies[…]


Integrating with node.js

Simple integration of with node.js Integrating with node.js or any runtime environment is simple. We already demonstrated such integration with Android, iOS or various Javascript environments like Angular.js, Riot.js in previous posts. These are just a few examples, you’ll find more by checking out our blog. But let’s focus on how to leverage[…]

github android streamdataIO

GitHub Android Client with commits updated in real-time is a service acting as a reverse proxy that translates REST API into a stream of data. You can request the proxy from different contexts and using different languages. In this article, we will walk through a step-by-step tutorial on developing an GitHub Android Client App that provides real-time notifications when commits are pushed to repositories, thanks to[…]

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Demo about animated real-time bitcoin price on Pebble Watch

Demo – animated real-time bitcoin price on Pebble Watch As presented in a previous post, Pebble Watches allow developers to create JavaScript applications. The team has released a sample application which provides the real time bitcoin price index using the push stategy of As a consequence of the positive feedback and the amount[…]


KimonoLabs as an alternative to Y! Pipes

Yahoo! has finally given up with Y! Pipes, as of August 30th 2015, users will no longer be able to create new Pipes. The Pipes team will keep the infrastructure running until end of September 30th 2015 in a read-only mode (Y! Pipes End-of-Life Announcement). So, I was looking for an alternative (snif). For my demo,[…]