Category: MeetUps and Presentations

HTTP 2.0 & Web development – LUGM Meetup

The Linux User Group of Mauritius – LUGM carried out a meetup on Saturday the 24th of October 2015 at the University of Mauritius on HTTP 2.0 and Web Development by Loganaden Velvindron on HTTP 2.0 & Web Development. Based on SPDY – “just say speedy”, the HTTP 2.0 was developed by the IETF – Internet Engineering Task Force, to improve user experience, latencies, CDN and various technologies. Logan, start with  the presentation on the shortcomings of HTTP 1.1 and lead the audience to a better understanding of the evolution of HTTP 2.0


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You can view the Video here:

The following points were briefly elaborated:


  • Shortcomings of HTTP 1.1
  • HTTP 2.0 Client support
  • HTTP 2.0 Server side
  • SPDY Highlights
  • Binary Framing
  • Multiplexing
  • Stream Priorities
  • Header Compression
  • Server Push technology and a demo using NodeJS


Create a server with NodeJS – LUGM Meetups

A meet up was carried out today by Yog Lokhesh Ujhoodha today at 12:30 hrs at the University of Mauritius under the banner of the Linux User Group of Mauritius.


The event with the title “How to make a smart server with NodeJs” was announced on Lugm Facebook group as well as on the LUGM mailing list. As a passionate freelance developer, he shared his experience of using NodeJs for a critical production environment.

He started by giving a straightforward explanation to the audience the difference between a web server and a runtime environment in the context of NodeJs. 


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Yog during the presentation

As you can see on the YouTube video he laid emphasis on the following   topics:

1. A problem statement

2. Web server architectures

3. Building an event-driven web server with NodeJS

4. Distributed load with NodeJs

5. Useful tools and Real life Benchmarks

We ended with some technical questions. Several questions were shot up by our hangout viewers. You can view the video and ask any questions for more clarifications. About 15-20 persons attended the meetup.