When shipping software, providing customer-friendly support can sometimes make or break the experience of a product. As software continues to rely more and more on online services, many software vendors now integrate real-time messaging into their products in order to provide the best support experience possible.
For businesses that rely on time-sensitive data for their daily operations, deploying apps that integrate secure and persistent chat is often a key requirement. However, implementing real-time messaging that is both secure and reliable is often very complex and time-consuming.
Realm changes all this, making it very easy to implement a realtime messaging architecture using the synchronizing capabilities of the Realm Platform.
This Presentation Covers:
- A discussion on what a good messaging implementation looks like, and what features it needs to implement.
- A demonstration on this sort of implementation using the Realm Platform.
- A dive into the source code, and a discussion on how this system was implemented using Realm.
This Presentation is Led By:
Tim Oliver hails from Perth, Australia and has been an iOS developer for 6 years. He has a cool Realm-powered app called iComics and loves to teach others about using Realm in their own apps too! He also loves karaoke.