Announcing the May Dev Derby winners!

Last month, ten excellent WebSocket demos were shared in the May Dev Derby competition. After looking through the entries, our three expert judges—Guillermo Rauch, Peter Lubbers, and Rob Hawkes—have decided on three winners and three runners-up.

You don’t have to be a contestant to get excited. Because these demos are completely open-source, they provide wonderful lessons in all of the exciting things you can do with the WebSocket API today.

Dev Derby

Winners

Runners-up

Many congratulations to Ondřej for his astounding and record-setting three placements this month. Thankfully, this won’t be the last we see of him. Based on his early entry to the July Derby, it’s clear that Ondřej has much more to share. Congratulations also to rdragon, JoanC, and Cory Gackenheimer, who have shown us that newcomers and veterans alike are equally capable of impressing in this contest.

And let’s not forget about all of our other great contributors. The Websocket API is very important for the future of the web, and these contributors deserve a great deal of praise for pushing it forward.

Want to get a head start on a future Derby? We are also accepting demos that highlight the all that can be done today without JavaScript (July Derby) and demos related to the Camera API (August Derby).

Further Reading


One comment

  1. Didik Hartono

    I congratulate to Ondřej Žára, and for the other winners. Your contributions today will surely be a reference for others to participate in the development of The Websocket API. I hope I can see the contribution you are all in the derby next month.

    June 23rd, 2012 at 00:10

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