30 Sep '15, 4pm

"Ruby on Rails 5 Action Cable - Friend or Foe?" via @nateberkopec

"Ruby on Rails 5 Action Cable - Friend or Foe?" via @nateberkopec

One of the marquee features of Rails 5 (likely releasing sometime Q1/Q2 2016) is Action Cable, Rails' new framework for dealing with WebSockets. Action Cable has generated a lot of interest, though perhaps for the wrong reasons. "WebSockets are those cool things the Node people get to use, right?" and "I heard WebSockets are The Future™" seem to be the prevailing attitudes, resulting in a lot of confusion and uncertainty about Action Cable's purpose and promise. It doesn't help that current online conversation around WebSockets is thick with overly fancy buzzwords like "realtime" and "full-duplex". Full-duplex? That's twice as good as half-duplex right? In addition, some claim that a WebSockets-based application is somehow more scalable than traditional implementations. What's a Rails application developer to make of all of this?

Full article: http://www.nateberkopec.com/2015/09/30/action-cable.html

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