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[Music]
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welcome back guys right to the episode
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of bill break and fix brought to you by
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tour coders which are auroras and today
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we have finesse
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that was a bit of a surprise finish
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hey saying
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everyone yeah um i thought i'll jump on
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tonight
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um
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yeah for
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for a little bit longer and then yeah
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that'll be it but yeah so yeah glad to
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be on tonight
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yeah we're really
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good to have you as a perfect surprise
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as it
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wasn't expecting you so
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just a bit of a context and there guys
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so finish our super aurora um
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he's got some
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family commitments that he wants to um
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deal with and have more time with them
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so he will be
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stepping down
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i'm trying not to cry and i'm really
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trying to hold myself back but let's see
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how i go
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but yeah so i thought that
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he wasn't gonna
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come
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today bo when i saw him i was really
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surprised so that was a bit of a context
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of
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me being surprised yeah
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yeah yeah um
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yeah for
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another week or so saying um
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because um yeah like i said i'm moving
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back
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or moving places so i'm just in between
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of that at the moment
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true true nah man that makes
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sense uh
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you know what's the best for you
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and um your commitment so
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yeah do what you have
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do what you have
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to do and if i can do
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anything as well do do let me know
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thanks ann appreciate it
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no problem at all so uh
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let's play uh
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let's do the acknowledgement of the
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country and pay our respects to the
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elders
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so here we go
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i begin today by acknowledging the
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traditional custodians of the land on
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which we gather today and pay my
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respects to the elders past present and
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future i extend their respect to
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aboriginal and torres strait islander
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people here today
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fantastic all right
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i was waiting for that i was waiting
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wait for it away from my friends
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um yeah it's still in the works okay
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yeah i
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think he's
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basically programming
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everything to be really automated as in
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joining the
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words together when it speaks so
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whenever we have to as in do another
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slide we can just enter the content and
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it would
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just prepare an automatic slide for us
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automated speech as well you know yeah
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we don't have to record it everything is
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uh taken care of
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yeah
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yeah
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that's some sexy side project there man
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i like it
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and then
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all of that so
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yeah hardcore big project
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yeah
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um my sources actually told me that
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you were staying as in all
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over 90s for the project
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so
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wow man you're really going hard quack
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and tell yeah man yeah
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very tired
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yeah yeah
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i can tell
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but still here
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that's called commitment i like it
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all right so um yeah just a bit of a
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background so what we're doing is
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basically uh
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implementing the fixes that have been um
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set in the beta testing by our testers
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so just basically going one by one
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seeing what
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needs to be done and just fixing it and
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um yeah we will be going live for our
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first prod uh and in the release would
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be next month
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but the date hasn't been decided yet um
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that is still
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in the pipeline
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but yeah so i'll share my screen first
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and um i will
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do
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let you know
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we are we haven't gotten up to
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oh by the way um
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you know what
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yeah i would love to be famous though
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yeah
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why not but i don't have the money sorry
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oh another one another one
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yeah so um the thing is that
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me and tori were working on implementing
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there's something called a websocket
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ping pong
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okay
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have you heard about it
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no no i've talked about it so
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basically that was the first time that i
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heard when tori told me so basically
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what um the concept is that save
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apparently at the moment
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aws websockets
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connection terminates after 10 minutes
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of idle time
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okay so that would mean that if the user
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has been idle for 10 minutes he would
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automatically be disconnected from the
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websocket
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okay
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yes okay i understand
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oh yeah okay yeah i think i know where
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you're getting it yep sorry yeah
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so
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now you carry on i i
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really wanna hear your instincts now
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i think
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that's the issue with the saving right
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like the uh
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it uses being disconnected so that means
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their notes are not being
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added to the board which means it's not
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being saved
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oh so
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it is at this stage nothing to do with
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um
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uh boards and
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saving or no it's just
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mainly stopping the
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users from disconnecting
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that's all
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oh okay okay
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yeah so from from that one tori brought
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a concept which which is called
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websocket ping pong
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so in that way what happens is that the
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the server sends the
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request
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every say
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what nine minutes
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and
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if the
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client
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side sends a message to this server
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then that means that the user is still
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active and it won't disconnect after 10
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minutes so on
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on
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so basic
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one side does a pink and then the other
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side responds with a punk
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so
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if they both respond
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within the time then the connection time
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resets to
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back to zero
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and then the count
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down starts again
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from zero minutes until 10 and then so
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on and so forth
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okay
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does that make sense
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uh briefly but i think yeah make more
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sense once um
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okay um get into it so so i'll just
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uh it's important to understand the
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concept before continuing so i'll just
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explain you uh
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should i yeah on them some music saying
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oh yeah i totally forgot about that my
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bad
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yes please what letter do you want
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you
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uh
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i think that's all right
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okay
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okay cool so same
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this is the
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seven this is a client okay
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and
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this is the oh you're not
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sure you're not sharing so
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oh my bad my bad i thought it was
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interesting
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ah i can't share
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i forgot about this
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all right i'm
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gonna have to go and then come back
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sure all right i'll be back in a sec
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okay
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so
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[Music]
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do
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[Applause]
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all right
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get those ask you a question
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i ever thought about driving the trucks
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today
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no i haven't
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i haven't really thought about that
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maybe maybe that's would you though
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maybe would you if you had a chance
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yeah maybe it'd be good experience i
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think
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traveling across the country
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you know if you're that sort of
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a truck driver you know you can travel
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around the world i mean not around the
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country i mean at least
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yeah
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i've actually driven a van
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full time for a few years i think
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few
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months full time
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yeah full time
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was it a good experience
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yeah i basically saw the entire victoria
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to be honest
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really wow
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yes say
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it was leaving around say what what
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six years and coming back at
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three or four
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five days a week
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wow okay
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it was a good experience
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[Music]
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yeah plus i mean the company was really
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established so it wasn't
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anything hard
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at all yeah you know how they
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basically have to pull packs and pallets
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and
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all those
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it wasn't there
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okay cool so
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say this is a
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client can you see my screen yes you can
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yes i can see your screen
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and this is the
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server okay and this is our websocket
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okay
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okay
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so say at the moment this uh
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say um let's assume that
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the connection
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timer is 10 minutes so as soon as it
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hits say
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9
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nine point
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block
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as in nine
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nine minutes
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then
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um
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servo will send back send
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a
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prompt to the user
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as in kind of a ping
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okay
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and if the user accept uh as in kind of
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[Music]
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ponzi
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which i don't really know how um
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what exactly happens
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i mean what exactly sense in in the pink
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or the pong but
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just to
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illustrate
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a concept
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so
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this
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bigger dotted line is a ping and then
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this is a pong
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okay
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so say if for example um
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the client
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sends it but he doesn't receive any
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pawn
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within 10 minutes as in one more one
0:15:04
more minute left
0:15:07
then it would just
0:15:08
disconnect the connection
0:15:11
it won't be any connection so the user
0:15:13
will be disconnected
0:15:17
oh okay yes i understand
0:15:19
but if
0:15:21
the user sends a phone back
0:15:24
within say
0:15:30
in
0:15:31
less than one minute
0:15:35
to this server bank that would mean that
0:15:37
okay um we're not gonna disconnect the
0:15:41
connection because this uh the
0:15:43
client
0:15:44
still there
0:15:50
does that make sense
0:15:52
yeah yeah that makes sense you're just
0:15:55
basically just checking with uh the
0:15:57
connection is live right and if it's not
0:16:01
then um
0:16:03
yeah
0:16:04
then just drop it i guess right
0:16:06
yes yes essentially
0:16:10
so that's the entire concept and we
0:16:13
don't really
0:16:14
know how the websocket ping pong works
0:16:17
at the moment
0:16:20
so we were just researching about that
0:16:22
with tori
0:16:24
okay
0:16:25
have we um so i
0:16:27
i recorded
0:16:28
some of the bugs that all the bugs that
0:16:31
was mentioned by
0:16:33
the
0:16:34
um
0:16:35
the people on slack
0:16:37
um
0:16:38
have we kind of like
0:16:40
just
0:16:41
looked through all the bugs and that
0:16:43
sort of thing or are we
0:16:45
sort of working through it as we as we
0:16:47
go along the testing yes
0:16:52
yes so before
0:16:54
we start we go to
0:16:56
jira and check what we want to
0:17:00
work on uh on
0:17:03
that day so
0:17:05
we are kind of tracking it with jira
0:17:08
every day now
0:17:09
oh okay yeah yeah cool
0:17:11
and con hey come on welcome good to have
0:17:14
you
0:17:16
um
0:17:18
generally you want a heartbeat to be
0:17:20
more regular than that to account for
0:17:22
connection jitter or loss
0:17:26
right okay so heartbeat would mean
0:17:32
pong
0:17:33
thing
0:17:35
okay that would make sense
0:17:38
got you
0:17:39
there's always a poem
0:17:48
long time to wait to send
0:17:50
keep live info
0:17:56
right okay
0:18:00
um
0:18:03
because uh the whole point of sending
0:18:07
the
0:18:08
as in ping pong thing is that
0:18:11
we don't want
0:18:13
um websocket to disconnect to be
0:18:16
disconnected
0:18:21
after 10 minutes
0:18:23
so if you're say uh
0:18:24
[Music]
0:18:26
so i
0:18:28
don't know
0:18:29
um
0:18:30
what am i missing
0:18:32
because
0:18:34
i'm thinking that
0:18:37
if we send it more regularly then what's
0:18:40
the point of implementing
0:18:44
this feature in the first place
0:18:47
because the websocket won't be
0:18:50
disconnected yeah that's the purpose of
0:18:52
the heartbeat where you're calling ping
0:18:54
pong it keeps the connection actually
0:19:00
okay
0:19:01
um
0:19:02
i guess
0:19:05
what i i was trying to get at um convoy
0:19:08
is i might not
0:19:11
explain myself properly
0:19:14
so the only reason why we want to send a
0:19:17
heartbeat um
0:19:19
after nine nine minutes and give a
0:19:22
minute to a user to respond back is
0:19:25
because we
0:19:26
we don't want to
0:19:28
disconnect that user from the connection
0:19:33
and the reason why
0:19:36
i'm choosing
0:19:38
10 minutes
0:19:40
is because that's the time out
0:19:42
by default on aws
0:19:45
websockets that if a user is idle for
0:19:49
10 10 minutes then
0:19:52
it will terminate the connection
0:19:59
does that make sense
0:20:01
what happens if the
0:20:03
disconnect randomly after 2 minutes due
0:20:06
to inactivity
0:20:10
true true that's a valid point
0:20:14
yeah i didn't think about this scenario
0:20:20
yeah
0:20:21
all right um in that case we can
0:20:24
probably
0:20:29
[Laughter]
0:20:33
that's how you learn right you get death
0:20:38
by these kind of discussions if you do a
0:20:40
regular hobby you will keep connection
0:20:42
open in 30 seconds
0:20:45
so
0:20:46
would that mean uh
0:20:48
so if a user would send a heartbeat back
0:20:53
which would be a punk
0:20:55
would that mean that the user has to
0:20:58
input say kind of press a key every 30
0:21:01
seconds
0:21:08
ping pong
0:21:12
jack dab is having some fun now
0:21:24
it will cost too much to do more than
0:21:27
one
0:21:28
once every nightmares per se
0:21:34
north geckdig and
0:21:37
no even jagdev is a spawn so he recently
0:21:39
bought a house as well
0:21:42
and a really big one though
0:21:44
which i really like
0:21:49
you want it to happen automatically the
0:21:52
ping pong
0:21:56
ah so it's an event-driven process
0:22:03
right
0:22:04
right
0:22:09
finish
0:22:11
do you want to um uh
0:22:14
read this out loud it might help you of
0:22:17
thinking on that process as well
0:22:19
okay
0:22:20
um
0:22:21
converse 64 says you want it to happen
0:22:25
automatically the ping pong
0:22:27
is an event driven process so client
0:22:30
receives a ping
0:22:32
and replies to the server with pong to
0:22:34
let it know it's still there
0:22:37
okay
0:22:56
okay so
0:22:59
i'm
0:23:00
just a bit confused so
0:23:02
would
0:23:04
so
0:23:04
if it's event event driven um how would
0:23:08
the user
0:23:10
go
0:23:12
i mean indicate as an
0:23:14
event would they just have to
0:23:17
move a mouse or
0:23:19
or how
0:23:21
what would the event
0:23:23
driven
0:23:24
consist of
0:23:27
good point
0:23:32
because
0:23:33
one thinking that i really don't wanna
0:23:36
annoy the users um
0:23:40
as in they have to do something every 30
0:23:43
minutes
0:23:47
that's a good one
0:24:01
i just understood it by the way
0:24:09
okay um
0:24:11
i guess
0:24:12
let's
0:24:13
research about how um how does it even
0:24:18
driven heartbeat work
0:24:21
and then we can
0:24:23
continue from there
0:24:25
and
0:24:27
yeah
0:24:28
if it doesn't involve
0:24:30
as in the user doing every
0:24:32
something to trigger the
0:24:35
event
0:24:36
every three minutes then yeah it's a
0:24:39
really good idea
0:24:41
okay so doing it every 30 seconds i
0:24:45
meant
0:24:47
yes yes i understand
0:24:49
yeah all right cool so i'll
0:24:51
share my
0:24:53
my screen again
0:24:57
yes
0:24:58
it's converse 64 someone you know in
0:25:01
real life saying
0:25:03
um
0:25:06
name sounds familiar but no
0:25:10
okay
0:25:13
build a real-time website for connection
0:25:17
facing my screen yet you are
0:25:20
places uh
0:25:22
what works off his heartbeat
0:25:24
heartbeat
0:25:30
aws
0:25:33
free time i'm talking client
0:25:38
heart check
0:25:40
and a heart check handshake
0:25:43
so website decline real time and point
0:25:46
where does it say
0:25:48
subscription event
0:25:50
no this is not our thing
0:25:53
that we want to do
0:25:54
implement how big for
0:25:57
api given works okay
0:26:00
okay i'm going to chat remember here
0:26:04
understand that each one
0:26:06
eventually connected can be
0:26:08
can only be either for 39 seconds
0:26:13
before it gets disconnected so i wrote a
0:26:16
heartbeat ah
0:26:18
so it's a heartbeat for us so it's a
0:26:20
function
0:26:23
that will come from the backhand
0:26:25
connection can only be idle for 29
0:26:27
seconds before it gets adjusted
0:26:29
maybe function oh okay by the websocket
0:26:33
connection pings decline every 20
0:26:36
seconds
0:26:37
to keep the connection alive and not
0:26:38
idle and i have the server send a
0:26:40
response despite my referral mclaren
0:26:43
still automatically
0:26:44
okay that's interesting okay
0:26:47
and he's saying that
0:26:49
why is the implementation incorrect
0:26:53
wow okay
0:26:57
read the comments here
0:27:00
yeah i was gonna
0:27:01
the courageous and in the courage you
0:27:04
show sends one ping message every 30
0:27:07
seconds after the connection was opened
0:27:10
after that it doesn't send any more
0:27:13
ah
0:27:16
oh yeah that's true not sure why i
0:27:18
didn't realize thank you
0:27:21
oh okay ah
0:27:24
right
0:27:25
so he sends it
0:27:27
yes after 20 second only once
0:27:30
ah okay yes yes and then it basically
0:27:33
closes it
0:27:35
yes okay
0:27:37
so this is this is
0:27:39
kind of what we're looking for but we
0:27:41
gotta send it um
0:27:43
keep sending it right yeah
0:27:46
every every 30 seconds basically
0:27:52
like conversation all right
0:27:54
cool
0:27:55
so hannah close and then
0:27:58
so
0:27:58
this happens on the client
0:28:03
and then
0:28:05
pong
0:28:08
oh okay so
0:28:10
in our case it would work in the
0:28:12
opposite
0:28:13
so
0:28:14
we would send a ping
0:28:16
from this server
0:28:19
and then the client for respond with a
0:28:23
pong
0:28:25
i think so
0:28:28
ah wow
0:28:30
i'm learning a lot already
0:28:32
i i didn't even know if this concept
0:28:35
existed in the first place
0:28:38
yeah neither did i
0:28:41
alright okay cool so we basically need
0:28:45
to use this
0:28:48
websocket url okay cool
0:28:50
i wish i had my two screens
0:28:55
i'll get it i'll get it uh terminal
0:29:00
update yeah why not
0:29:04
what happened
0:29:08
when you said that
0:29:12
um okay so we can start from the back
0:29:15
end my my favorite part
0:29:20
all columns features okay now we would
0:29:23
basically
0:29:24
pull
0:29:27
and then what we're gonna do is we will
0:29:31
make another branch
0:29:38
okay
0:29:40
zen completely misreads and
0:29:42
misunderstands code
0:29:44
and then says ah
0:29:55
um
0:29:56
i guess
0:29:58
that happens though
0:30:01
as in venue
0:30:03
trying to really work under a different
0:30:06
time pressure
0:30:10
but
0:30:12
not
0:30:13
not talking about
0:30:15
jack dab because
0:30:17
he's a superhuman
0:30:23
uh
0:30:24
check out check out
0:30:26
what can we call this branch um
0:30:29
um
0:30:32
ping pong i think i was thinking yeah
0:30:36
actually
0:30:38
why not
0:30:40
actually i'm going to do websocket
0:30:42
ping-pong how's that so good
0:30:46
okay yeah
0:30:48
what was he in your mind
0:30:51
i was trying to think of something that
0:30:52
maybe
0:30:53
um
0:30:54
was a bit more um
0:30:58
like
0:30:59
what we're trying to do like so
0:31:00
websocket
0:31:02
um
0:31:06
you know
0:31:07
um
0:31:10
we're trying to check with that that can
0:31:12
like keep a live connection right so
0:31:14
like websocket i don't know i don't know
0:31:16
what the correct terminal
0:31:17
terminology is so let's try and think of
0:31:20
that
0:31:27
keep
0:31:28
apps
0:31:30
e5
0:31:44
okay cool so we are in that branch and
0:31:47
then open it
0:31:53
okay i'm gonna try
0:31:55
to implement the server side now
0:31:59
before the end of the show
0:32:02
let's see how we go
0:32:04
um
0:32:06
okay so that would basically happen
0:32:16
so we want
0:32:17
as soon as websocket
0:32:20
connection opens which is in the front
0:32:24
end
0:32:24
isn't it
0:32:27
so we want to send
0:32:29
api gateway endpoint
0:32:33
just copy and paste it
0:32:38
um so this would be
0:32:40
done actually
0:32:42
let's
0:32:43
go right at the end
0:32:47
this will be where the
0:32:50
websocket oh
0:32:53
this red the websocket as being um
0:32:58
where the web sockets are implemented
0:33:00
right i think i don't know
0:33:02
yes which is in the front end
0:33:06
okay
0:33:09
oh no no
0:33:12
no no no no you must be right this would
0:33:16
be here right
0:33:18
that's right
0:33:19
yeah
0:33:23
file credentials well
0:33:26
this is all been done by tory
0:33:28
so
0:33:30
12 is the max
0:33:31
best topic can be connected ah
0:33:38
two hours is the max
0:33:43
for local testing okay
0:33:47
so what if we do something
0:33:50
const if you like it right not defined
0:33:56
api qr management
0:34:00
aws
0:34:08
[Music]
0:34:10
that way
0:34:12
okay and my stock api get with okay and
0:34:16
point would be
0:34:18
um
0:34:23
do you want to pause me the web uh
0:34:26
websocket
0:34:27
api
0:34:29
um
0:34:31
not sure if i have the latest one i'll
0:34:32
check on when i'm on um it should be in
0:35:12
foreign
0:35:22
oh
0:35:24
right right right right right
0:35:27
connection id
0:35:31
what would be the connection id
0:35:35
is there a connection id and point
0:35:38
in there as well
0:35:41
um so you need the
0:35:46
um you need the website at endpoint
0:35:48
right okay yeah
0:35:50
yeah
0:36:04
um
0:36:06
where would i find that
0:36:09
uh if you go to api apa gateway
0:36:13
and then it should be in there called
0:36:17
websocket and you should
0:36:20
find it there
0:36:21
okay
0:36:22
i'll just go and have a look as well
0:36:38
uh yeah i found it i'm just looking for
0:36:40
the
0:36:42
the endpoint
0:36:49
oh yeah okay okay
0:36:57
you got it
0:37:08
so this is a websocket
0:37:11
endpoint right
0:37:12
yes yes and have you got any
0:37:15
endpoint that says
0:37:18
connection url or connection id
0:37:22
yes yeah do you want that
0:37:24
yeah please
0:37:32
ah this is a connection
0:37:34
sure oh um i think i wanted i'd be
0:37:39
interesting how'd this work
0:37:49
well okay
0:37:52
um
0:37:54
i think how this would work is though i
0:37:57
would have to send all the connection i
0:38:00
would basically have to save all the
0:38:03
connection ids
0:38:07
and
0:38:10
um
0:38:12
then
0:38:13
we would have to send them
0:38:16
the request as in
0:38:21
every
0:38:22
half an hour
0:38:25
so
0:38:26
so if you check here
0:38:30
i just to see if the connection id is
0:38:33
already being saved i'm pretty sure
0:38:35
there must be
0:38:36
dynamodb
0:38:52
ah
0:39:00
right we needed to save websocket
0:39:03
connection ids as well
0:39:06
because we will need the websocket id
0:39:09
connections
0:39:12
to
0:39:16
send the heartbeats
0:39:20
which we are not doing at the moment
0:39:29
um
0:39:31
okay so that means that every time we
0:39:33
use you
0:39:34
i swear we did this function
0:39:37
the function l2 right
0:39:39
yeah it seems familiar
0:39:48
passcode no
0:39:50
okay these are working go except except
0:39:55
board name
0:40:05
reading the board names you can kind of
0:40:07
gauge who'd
0:40:08
yeah created what
0:40:10
yeah
0:40:12
and no this is
0:40:17
100
0:40:19
i know
0:40:20
this is as well yeah i know
0:40:23
i know exactly who
0:40:25
this one is
0:40:27
yeah without a doubt
0:40:29
oh the first one or the second one i
0:40:31
mean as well
0:40:33
yeah
0:40:33
yeah
0:40:35
um all right cool so we would have to
0:40:38
save the
0:40:39
connection ids
0:40:42
hmm all right this is turning on longer
0:40:46
than expected now to be honest
0:40:50
all right uh
0:40:53
so here we are taking actually for
0:40:56
forget about this one now
0:40:58
[Music]
0:41:02
i'll just comment here
0:41:10
oh what happened there
0:41:12
whoa what happened there where did my
0:41:15
thing go
0:41:16
ah my
0:41:23
okay um
0:41:26
so on connect
0:41:27
we are doing this connected and then
0:41:33
we want
0:41:34
on to i'm pretty sure we are
0:41:38
that's the thing right connection id is
0:41:40
here
0:41:41
yeah
0:41:42
it's being pulled
0:41:46
dot client wait
0:41:49
[Music]
0:41:54
the board id was not found put item
0:41:59
oh is the websocket id right
0:42:05
process
0:42:08
give me one second plug my laptop in
0:42:12
process table so if i take the
0:42:16
id from here
0:42:21
and
0:42:22
process in my environment
0:42:25
variable
0:42:26
temp
0:42:27
table underscore template
0:42:31
table underscore
0:42:33
websocket connections
0:42:37
table is called websocket
0:42:40
so is that one table
0:42:42
websocket connections here
0:42:45
there's the one
0:42:47
so why is it not
0:42:49
putting it over there
0:42:58
uh board
0:43:02
this one board i didn't connection id
0:43:05
index
0:43:10
board id connection
0:43:14
sort board id connection id gi
0:43:17
gsi
0:43:19
which is
0:43:22
this one
0:43:28
connection id
0:43:32
nope
0:43:41
um
0:43:50
okay we need to look what's happening
0:43:52
here all right what i'm going to do is
0:43:54
create
0:43:57
a
0:44:02
or maybe it's not being wired up
0:44:15
finish
0:44:18
are you there oh yeah yeah yeah yeah i'm
0:44:20
trying to think about what you mean
0:44:26
maybe yeah maybe you're right like um
0:44:28
because i do remember we
0:44:30
we were trying to get this um
0:44:34
stored in the back end right
0:44:37
so if i do
0:44:39
table
0:44:40
web socket which is here
0:44:42
and then environment variable which is
0:44:45
here and then it's saving in table
0:44:48
board id
0:44:49
connection id request contacts and time
0:44:52
to live
0:44:53
calc
0:44:57
put
0:44:59
dockline partner put item call back
0:45:05
return and it's
0:45:07
not even giving us any dates uh
0:45:10
any
0:45:11
actually isn't giving us any
0:45:15
error
0:45:16
let's check
0:45:17
all right what i'm going to do is
0:45:20
create on nikon
0:45:22
creator because i've taken this site off
0:45:26
oh you have okay
0:45:27
yeah
0:45:29
all right um what we're gonna do is put
0:45:33
the side back on
0:45:41
the tory push the changes in the front
0:45:44
end i'm pretty sure you must have
0:45:52
portfolio features
0:45:59
[Music]
0:46:06
[Music]
0:46:13
um
0:46:26
okay pause code auto tabs all right yeah
0:46:30
that was the one
0:46:32
passcode
0:46:37
all the tabs
0:46:52
oh my god
0:47:05
hmm
0:47:06
yeah okay
0:47:12
so what i'm basically doing
0:47:15
now is
0:47:16
uploading everything and checking
0:47:21
if the websocket is really not working
0:47:27
and
0:47:29
we can basically take it from there
0:47:32
yeah
0:47:33
the
0:47:35
kind of the only way we would test the
0:47:38
websocket is by
0:47:40
by actually like when the website's live
0:47:43
right like
0:47:44
yeah
0:47:45
exactly
0:47:46
so that's what i'm trying to do is
0:47:49
putting this on
0:47:52
um
0:47:52
[Music]
0:47:53
and it's free so aws is free
0:47:57
copy
0:48:01
everything
0:48:04
everything um two
0:48:07
two two two
0:48:14
everything to
0:48:16
s3 slash
0:48:30
when you took down the site you
0:48:33
deleted the files oh yeah you did
0:48:40
okay
0:48:41
this might not work because i've got to
0:48:43
give your profile name
0:48:45
yeah
0:48:55
[Music]
0:49:04
it's the rumbler there we go
0:49:07
babies uploading and
0:49:09
when they're done can you
0:49:12
put them as in can you make them public
0:49:15
yeah sure
0:49:18
and then we can test our websocket
0:49:40
okay make it up
0:49:44
brilliant
0:49:51
oh um we need to invalidate the cash
0:49:55
the cash the cash as well yeah
0:49:58
okay
0:50:00
i can do that
0:50:21
let me know when it's done yeah
0:50:24
yeah yeah
0:50:31
honestly this projection is becoming a
0:50:34
success
0:50:37
it's becoming a success
0:50:40
yeah yeah true
0:50:44
very true
0:50:47
as it is really
0:50:49
interesting
0:50:51
as in how many people have contributed
0:50:54
to that
0:50:56
that's where
0:50:57
as in
0:51:01
and how much work has gone
0:51:04
into it so one best thing gonna do is
0:51:09
when probably releasing it i'm gonna
0:51:11
probably talk to the
0:51:13
original open source
0:51:15
um
0:51:17
repo
0:51:19
owner
0:51:20
and
0:51:24
basically
0:51:25
telling we have done this
0:51:27
change on legacy and legacy code
0:51:31
to the modern code and it's also backed
0:51:34
by aws plus his saving on dynamodb
0:51:39
and um
0:51:41
do you wanna
0:51:44
integrate it as your fresh
0:51:48
fresh repo
0:51:51
and see what he says
0:51:57
yeah yeah
0:52:02
yeah that'd be good like if he
0:52:04
decides to uh
0:52:07
to
0:52:08
publish this and then
0:52:10
those users become our users like his
0:52:12
users become our users
0:52:14
yeah
0:52:15
yeah that'd be awesome
0:52:16
um
0:52:29
scrambler
0:52:34
[Music]
0:52:38
okay
0:52:39
and
0:52:40
if i do
0:52:43
testing one two three four
0:52:48
[Music]
0:52:56
okay
0:52:57
cool if you want to take this um
0:53:01
i think if you want to take
0:53:04
i'm just waiting
0:53:06
[Music]
0:53:08
and a person i know
0:53:11
does that
0:53:13
is a
0:53:14
attack
0:53:15
well
0:53:15
that's true
0:53:17
yeah it will be really hilarious again
0:53:20
that's
0:53:25
true um
0:53:30
okay
0:53:32
that's done
0:53:34
like so
0:53:35
connection is there
0:53:39
board
0:53:40
one
0:53:41
okay connection is open which is great
0:53:44
and now you are going to
0:53:47
turn more
0:53:49
so it does oh
0:53:52
so how many people are connected to it
0:53:55
so it is coming it is coming yeah
0:53:58
three people i guess
0:54:01
so there's one more i know who that is
0:54:04
and you can't hide now
0:54:08
there can only be one
0:54:11
yeah yeah
0:54:14
um
0:54:15
yeah so
0:54:17
the connection is coming soon
0:54:20
do you want to make the buck here
0:54:23
private again
0:54:26
yeah okay
0:54:29
uh yeah okay do you want to so
0:54:32
look at the time to live
0:54:36
oh i'm not time to live but
0:54:38
the idea is like we want to see whether
0:54:41
the connection holds right
0:54:43
is that something oh you guys already
0:54:45
tested it i assume actually
0:54:48
oh
0:54:48
no
0:54:49
tori actually um
0:54:53
mentioned that he thinks that um
0:54:56
the connection only lasts
0:54:59
for
0:55:01
um
0:55:07
um
0:55:12
how many
0:55:15
wait hang on what
0:55:20
wait you're looking at the wrong board
0:55:23
oh wait what
0:55:25
really no
0:55:27
wait something just happened what yes
0:55:30
and i think i know who did it
0:55:32
again
0:55:35
that's really interesting how would he
0:55:36
be able to do that
0:55:41
there are some experts out there man
0:55:47
oh yeah that is actually very
0:55:48
interesting i wonder how he did that
0:55:51
this is the live one
0:55:57
honestly this is the
0:56:00
live once he basically redirected us
0:56:03
yeah
0:56:04
to the live one
0:56:07
what did he do though
0:56:10
so have you
0:56:12
have you made the bucket
0:56:14
have you made the pocket private
0:56:17
uh not yet give me one sir
0:56:20
please because when we we never know
0:56:23
in next second when we're gonna start
0:56:26
hearing farts
0:56:29
yeah not sure
0:56:31
um i'll just disable the
0:56:35
bucket hosting i'm not sorry the
0:56:37
uh website hosting
0:56:39
yeah cool
0:56:44
okay
0:56:45
cool
0:56:47
right um so
0:56:50
this is the connection time to look and
0:56:52
this is i think showing in
0:56:54
milliseconds
0:56:56
so if we do
0:56:57
that one in
0:56:59
seconds how much of the show
0:57:04
[Music]
0:57:07
seconds
0:57:08
no minutes
0:57:13
whoa
0:57:15
time to live
0:57:22
or is it seconds
0:57:33
anyway forget it
0:57:37
so we basically
0:57:39
actually one might do
0:57:42
is
0:57:43
test
0:57:45
this
0:57:46
and see
0:57:47
what happens in my own time
0:57:50
okay
0:57:51
and see how long does the um
0:57:55
connection last if
0:57:58
both the users are
0:58:00
idle
0:58:05
might do that
0:58:06
yeah
0:58:09
cool
0:58:11
okay all right we can basically
0:58:13
call our night
0:58:16
that
0:58:18
i'm really like uh i'm really intrigued
0:58:20
but what he did i'm just like it's gonna
0:58:22
it's gonna bug me
0:58:28
yeah
0:58:29
actually hang on a minute
0:58:31
let's go on a bit of an adventure and
0:58:33
have a look oh yeah she did but let's um
0:58:37
and not do it on live um just end the
0:58:41
show and and then do it all right okay
0:58:44
yeah sounds good yeah
0:58:45
right
0:58:46
do you want to do that
0:58:48
yeah cool sounds good uh thanks for
0:58:50
joining us everyone for another episode
0:58:52
of buildbreaking fix
0:58:54
in today's episode we
0:58:57
continued with beta testing um
0:59:00
and
0:59:01
part of that is
0:59:02
we're working on the ping pong of
0:59:05
or checking of um keeper live
0:59:07
connections for websockets
0:59:10
um
0:59:12
and yeah in today's episode we
0:59:15
we had a look at some possible solutions
0:59:17
and
0:59:18
kind of testing out um what we our next
0:59:21
steps forward essentially
0:59:23
so
0:59:24
if you would like to see that see more
0:59:27
of this and
0:59:29
where we end up
0:59:30
please join us on the next episode
0:59:32
um we will be doing jump
0:59:36
so i was gonna say same
0:59:37
that's gonna do it all it's gonna say
0:59:39
same task anyways um
0:59:41
please join us tomorrow same time same
0:59:44
place
0:59:44
and same to ask
0:59:47
all right guys and um
0:59:49
just to correct that dev i didn't i'm
0:59:52
getting that one uh and i didn't say
0:59:55
this will be done hundred percent done
0:59:59
in may i
1:00:01
said that
1:00:02
probably next month so
1:00:06
probably is probably different than done
1:00:10
so
1:00:10
yeah all right
1:00:14
but yeah
1:00:16
looking good very promising and
1:00:20
thanks for joining gekdev and cornwall
1:00:23
for your um
1:00:25
useful instant
1:00:31
yeah so
1:00:34
um
1:00:39
join us um if you can and we look
1:00:43
forward to seeing you here then all
1:00:45
right have a great one and we'll see you
1:00:48
soon bye for now
1:00:51
thanks a lot good night
1:00:53
have a good night guys cheers
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