1. However in the example above, at client side it is creating a store with socketIoMiddleware which dispatches an action to the server & then at server side, socket io will dispatch the action to the store. But I think in Rubix code store & middleware are already created. Can you please let us know how we can integrate the socket.io implementation with Rubix code?
We are not able to figure out where the store is being created in the Rubix code and how we can adapt it for socket implementation.
2. Also we are looking at implementing the frontend on top of Java API’s instead of the node backend. I believe you already have a beta product for this. Can you please let us know if there are any how-to guides around this or if we can find a detailed documentation on how to integrate the API’s with Rubix framework.
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|Tags:||admin, bootstrap, dashboard, graphql, laravel, meteor, rails, reactjs, redux, relay|
|Released:||2 years ago|
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