Bubble is an anonymous chat app. And we make sure you are as anonymous as you can be while still having a pleasant and functional chat experience.
This means that when you use Bubble:
If you have used Bubble, you might have noticed that we rely very heavily on WebSockets. In fact, our entire API is built on WebSocket (well technically not exactly, because we use socket.io and they will fallback to long polling on platforms that…
Bubble is made up of 4 main components:
If you’re a CS3216 student reading this post, your first thought might be “TDD, are you insane? No one’s got time for that!”
If you are a TA for CS3216, you might be laughing at me: “This guy wasted his time writing tests?”
Work has been progressing pretty well for our final project, Bubble. I have been working on a simple demo app that serves as an example for the rest of the team on how to interact with the back-end via Socket.io.