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How to Reconnect Web Sockets in a Realtime Web App without Flooding the Server (via: John Ryding)

Posted by jpluimers on 2014/03/14

Interesting: John Ryding | Blog: How to Reconnect Web Sockets in a Realtime Web App without Flooding the Server.

I’ve used similar algorithms in various applications, and never knew it is called “Exponential backoff“.

Now I know.

And I know I should to some more research in WebSocket. Sounds really interesting.

–jeroen, never too old too learn (:

via: Ilya Grigorik – Google+ – Nice explanation (with code) of why you should be using exponential backoff for reconnects….

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