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Video: Raspberry Pi’s and Node.js

Javascript is not just for the web! With Node.js you can run it on Raspberry Pi’s too. Allan Naranjo, who is a developer at AgilityFeat, has built kiosk applications using Node.js running on a Raspberry Pi. This month Allan gave a talk about what he’s...

Adding WebRTC video to a 2nd screen application

Earlier this year, as an excuse to combine work with my obsessive viewing of the World Cup, I built a simple 2nd screen application for sharing goal predictions and comments with friends during a game. I did this as an exercise in working with PubNub, a real-time...

Web RTC and Designing Realtime Experiences

We are excited to announce that three members of the AgilityFeat Team were recently guests on The Web Platform Podcast. Mariana Lopez, Allan Naranjo and Arin Sime spent some time with the Web Platform Podcast crew discussing a broad range of topics related to Real...

Using publish/subscribe to synchronize presentation slides

A common use case for real-time messaging between web clients is to keep something in synch. For example, in the Sensei tool that we built for one of our clients, each remote participant in an agile retrospective should be able to see the votes and comments made by...

HTML5DevConf Video: 6 Months with WebRTC

Last May I had the pleasure of presenting at the HTML5DevConf in San Francisco. With me was David Alfaro, AgilityFeat co-founder, and Mariana Lopez, our UX lead. Also joining us remotely was Allan Naranjo, a software engineer at AgilityFeat and the development brains...

Toying with a World Cup second screen experience

This is a very stressful month for me, because I’m trying to balance work, family time, and World Cup viewing time. As a fan of the United States and Costa Rica national teams, it’s also been a pretty wild World Cup to watch. Costa Rica has advanced as I...