Want to use quickblox like mbaas to make a video chatroulette function?
All you have to do is, add a newline after the part number, and that will be your hook. Now, every web page that has a part number in it has to start with j. That's the trademark part of the part number. Any website that wants to grab web users by the scruff of the neck and sell them a video chatroulette function has to start with j. And in a matter of seconds, you'll find yourself on every video website with that trademark part of the J family.
Now, the quicklime video chatroulette part looks kind of like this:) Basically, you just type in random links from a web page, and we'll take the random link from the quicklime part, and we'll play it back in a random location on the web page, and you'll type in a URL. And if you want to have a random video chat, you just type in a random link and we'll play that as well. So this is like the random linker part of the video chatroulette part.
In fact, it looks a lot like the random video linker part, only it's not random. It's just doing something a little bit better than the old and old is bad enough. I've seen better.
Now, all this is very easy to do with just a web browser. All you have to do is add this to your address bar, and you're done.
Can you imagine doing this in a restaurant? I bet you could. Even the servers would get on their arse and order it. Here, have a dish of this and a dish of that. Whatever, whatever. Just grab a dish of the random linker, and we'll show you how to order with it.
The thing that struck me about all of this is not just the stuff that's happening inside of web browsers, but also what's happening in the servers themselves. Web servers are nothing but computers that are doing work that we've told them to do. When we tell them to do something, they absolutely go do it. If we ask them to do something else, they usually go do it anyway. Now, some people say, Don't you ever have to take a break because there's too much stuff you have to take care of? Yeah, but we're not going to take a break. We're just going to keep taking chances.
Here's an idea. Let's say you're at the beach. You've got this big big big screen with all these surfboards. And if you asked me 20 years ago, I'd have told you that those surfboards would have been floating down in the sand somewhere, waiting to be picked up by somebody who wanted to use them. Unfortunately, somebody snapped a picture of one of those boards, and that's when things went down the