This is a demo app for lattice-core which is a framework for crystal I’m working on that is still
very much in the proof-of-concept stage. The intent is to really show how powerful a WebSocket-first framework can be. Kemal serves as an excellent base, and crystal’s ruby-like syntax with native speed brings everything together.
If you haven’t spent some time investigation crystal, please take a look. It is an amazing language with an excellent library.
git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:jasonl99/card_game.git
Open a browser and go to localhost:3000/cardgame/abc where abc becomes a new game at that address.
Use Chrome, Firefox, Safari, or whatever browser you’d like at the same url to show more than one session accessing a game. Imagine each browser is a different user in a different location. Once a game is created, it stays in server memory (garbage collection is in progress on lattice-core.)
For demonstration purposes, each session
Original URL: http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/feedsapi/BwPx/~3/t73ayk-eydY/card_game