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create real-time server monitoring app with angularjs and nodejs

  • We cannot use standard http requests anymore because they are unidirectional from the client to the server.
  • The last line finally starts the server application on port 3000 .
  • We already saw that Socket.IO waits for events that are triggered by clients (such as connecting or disconnecting clients).
  • In the callback function, the data that was sent by the client can be accessed with the first argument.
  • The application should be able to monitor files and communicate with multiple clients at the same time.

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In this Tutorial, we implement the server application. This application should be able to monitor files and communicate with multiple clients at the same


create real-time server monitoring app with angularjs and nodejs

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