— Home of XPL (eXtensible Process Language)
It's like XML, but you can store source code in it.
The linked article below is from March 2012; but I think a lot of people still don't know about WebSockets, whether they're real, now, etc. Besides, this simple game will give you a few minutes of distraction and perhaps some pleasure ... all for serious purposes of course.
What better way to show off your HTML5 prowess than to conjure up an MMOG using the new platform? Mozilla has done just that with the launch of BrowserQuest, an old-school adventure game developed by Little Workshop. Currently the entire internet seemingly wants to check out the new demo, as it's extremely difficult to log on and stay connected.
Powering BrowserQuest are WebSockets, a new technology that enables bi-directional communication between a browser and a server on the web. The MMOG is merely a demo to show how these WebSockets can be used to create a real-time multiplayer game in a single webpage. Even more, because it's HTML5-based, the game can be played in Firefox, Chrome and Safari. With WebSockets enabled, it’s also playable in Opera. Moreover, it’s compatible with iOS devices, as well as tablets and phones running Firefox for Android.
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