|By Marketwired .||
|December 4, 2012 08:13 PM EST||
SANTA MONICA, CA -- (Marketwire) -- 12/04/12 -- Realtime (http://www.realtime.co), creator of the leading global technology framework and applications to power the Realtime web, today announced a December 13 webinar on how even beginning developers can build Realtime apps that beat the competition by using the latest xRTML 3.0 technologies.
The seminar explains how you can employ xRTML 3.0 to deliver cloud-based unlimited scalability, security, and multiplexing. It then introduces developers to documentation and tutorials on using xRTML 3.0, and goes on to show actual coding and deployment examples.
The seminar will then open up to audience questions on Realtime app development and deployment. The one-hour webinar includes a 45 minute presentation followed by a 15 minute audience Q&A.
December 13, at 2 pm EST - 60 Minutes
Sign up today for December 13 beginner's webinar
Founded in 1997 as Internet Business Technologies (IBT), Realtime is the creator of the leading global technology framework and applications to power the Realtime Web. The backbone of Realtime's Web technology is built on the Open Realtime Connectivity (ORTC) and Extensible Realtime Markup Language (xRTML). The Realtime Web also allows for unlimited Web scalability with maximum bandwidth efficiency.
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