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Jamie Gaskins
@jgaskins
I've also had success using per-connection channels so that, instead of sending HTTP requests, you can send messages to the server via the WebSocket, which then get passed off to Sidekiq workers to be processed, and the Sidekiq worker can make the PowerStrip broadcast calls to send any messages in response to the client.
To clarify, it doesn't truly "broadcast" since there's only one client on that channel in that case. :-)
David Alejandro
@davidalejandroaguilar
Wow, will check it out @jgaskins , thanks!
Jamie Gaskins
@jgaskins
@davidalejandroaguilar I haven't documented the per-connection channel strategy yet, but I'd like to because it's really not an obvious way to do things, but if you have any questions about it I'd be happy to answer them over in the Clearwater channel https://gitter.im/clearwater-rb/clearwater
Ryan Stout
@ryanstout
@/all Hey everyone. Two things. First, I still hope to come back to volt someday, but most likely it won't be anytime soon (sorry) For those of you who weren't in the loop, I had to abandon volt for something that could pay the bills. That project (witharsenal.com) is doing really well, which brings me to... We're looking for [remote] senior ruby developers. If anyone is interested in chatting, PM me on here. Thanks!
Alexandre Daoud
@alexandred
@parth22594 in what way is this question appropriate for this channel?
David E. Smyth
@David-Smyth
@ryanstout I'm interested in Arsenal
Ryan Stout
@ryanstout
@/all hey everyone. So it looks like I probably won't get much time to work on volt again anytime soon. (Sorry.. Maybe in a year or something) If anyone is looking for a senior ruby dev job, hit me up, my company is hiring: witharsenal.com Thanks!
Christian Käser
@dfyx
@ryanstout Hey, people are still talking about volt: https://blog.phusion.nl/2018/08/30/rails-still/ (scroll down)
LemonAndroid
@LemonAndroid
V O L T
Ryan Stout
@ryanstout
cool. I miss the days of working on volt :)
had to pay the bills unfortunately
LemonAndroid
@LemonAndroid
those bills!
i always wanted to try volt
Ryan Stout
@ryanstout
I think we had some good ideas. Getting a framework popular is a ton of work though. And I think takes a bit of luck
@LemonAndroid what are you working with currently?
LemonAndroid
@LemonAndroid
@ryanstout I like ember a lot for frontend, but I'd prefer pure ruby. I'm afraid of the opal bridge when thinking about adopting volt
I also did my fair share of php and a bit of python in the past few months
ruby is really superior
something like glitch.com for voltrb would really spike adoption i think
the convenience factor goes a long way
Ryan Stout
@ryanstout
interesting
yea
I've been out of web dev for a few years now. I keep hoping it will be better when I come back :-)
LemonAndroid
@LemonAndroid
:D
may I ask what you are doing if not web dev?
Ryan Stout
@ryanstout
will be interesting to see if any LLVM languages get popular thanks to webassembly
founder of witharsenal.com
probably going to be a while before I can work on any frameworks again
LemonAndroid
@LemonAndroid
ruby or python for the ai stuff?
Ryan Stout
@ryanstout
python for the machine learning (pretty much all ML is python now days), ruby for a lot of the rest of the device code
and the iOS app is rubymotion, the android app is react native
LemonAndroid
@LemonAndroid
i wonder why python is preferred for science / machine learning. maybe because it's more concise because of the identation syntax.
is rubymotion not good for android? i'm bugging them every few weeks to release rubymotion for windows/linux
Ryan Stout
@ryanstout
I think its more about the ecosystem. numpy is pretty great and everything else is build around it
RM does have Android stuff, but we thought there was a bit too much technical risk there. Though it probably would have been fine. Android support was pretty new when we started
chrismart123
@chrismart123
hi guys good day, would just like to ask why does my volt server stops when connecting to -> peer_to_peer.rb:121:in connect_to_peers': undefined methodeach' for nil:NilClass (NoMethodError)
chrismart123
@chrismart123
i have errors on peer_to_peer.rb
currently i have disabled @connect_thread = Thread.new do
        # connect_to_peers
      end
in order for me to proceed on the tutorials
hope someoone can reply :(
Alexandre Daoud
@alexandred
does anyone have any SEO tips for volt? no matter what I do I can't get my personal site to appear when my name is searched on google
(and im aware that volt is effectively inactive atm)
LemonAndroid
@LemonAndroid
hey
pls open source the app
@alexandred
Prince Joseph
@princejoseph
@ryanstout Why didnt you go with ReactNative for both iOS and android apps ?
LemonAndroid
@LemonAndroid
@princejoseph rm is used because javascript is inferior to ruby regarding code simplicity
Ponchale
@Poncho09
Hi
LemonAndroid
@LemonAndroid
hey