React with Socket.IO Messaging App

Peter Le Development Technologies, Node.js, React 2 Comments

Building a messaging app sounds complicated, but it really isn’t. With the right tools, creating one might be simpler than you think. In this post, I will show you how to accomplish this task using Socket.IO. Before we dive in, let’s get some expectations out of the way. There will not be anything fancy in this app like different channels, …

Innovating Amid COVID Times

Keyhole Software Conversational Apps, Keyhole Creations Leave a Comment

They say necessity is the mother of invention, and the pandemic has given us plenty of need for finding and innovating new ways of functioning. 

The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted most aspects of modern-day work life, perhaps most notably, physical office spaces. Working from home has become the new norm and many offices, including ours, have few if any folks working from their physical locations.  

As things begin to reopen, many organizations will ask their staff to slowly transition from home back into the office. As Keyhole embarks on this transitioning process, our goal is to be as safe and responsible as possible. 

With almost 100 people on the Keyhole team, we have chosen to limit the number of folks allowed to work from our office at one time to continue to ensure the safety of our employees. 

In this post, we discuss how our SMS conversational texting platform, KHS {Convo}, has allowed us to manage our return to the office and how it could benefit your organization as well.

Improve Node.js Performance by Turning It into a Clusterfork

David Elton Development Technologies, JavaScript, Node.js 2 Comments

Attention: The following article was published over 7 years ago, and the information provided may be aged or outdated. Please keep that in mind as you read the post.One of the big reasons people are drawn to Node.js for running web servers is the simplicity you gain from a single-threaded paradigm, versus having to deal with the challenges of threaded …