— Thanks, and no problem at all
On the other side JS had born to be the web client programming language.
— It is really that bad?
— It is a persistent TCP connection, which for now you can establish via an HTTP Upgrade request
— You can use many different communication protocols over websockets as well
— It is also bidirectional, which means a server may push data to a client
— In the way it's used by many websites, yes
— That are helpful for webdev
— There are some p2p wifi/adHoc protocols out there
— There's some specifically for Wifi not on there, lemme look around for those