Mobile & Web Messaging

Messaging Protocols for Web and Mobile Devices

The use of mobile devices is increasing and widening. Not only are smartphones and tablets connected to the Internet but also automation devices, car systems, and more.

Even though these devices are increasingly powerful, they still have some constraints unknown from desktop computers and servers, they have limited battery life and intermittent network availability. They require protocols to communicate with other devices and servers in a reliable and efficient way. The messaging protocols are suited to overcome these constraints and use efficiently their most critical resources (network bandwidth and memory usage).

Web applications are increasingly running on these devices. For these applications too, the messaging protocols can make them more efficient and responsive.

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