End-to-end encrypted Kitten Chat
In this hour-and-a-half long Small is Beautiful live stream recording, I show you how WebSockets, project-specific secrets, and authenticated routes work in Kitten and migrate a centralised WebSocket chat application to an end-to-end-encrypted peer-to-peer Small Web chat application in Kitten.
The example also makes use of the native support for htmx and Alpine.js in Kitten.
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Auto-generated transcript from the captions.
Links to other things mentioned or shown during the stream:
- Black Box Terminal
- Lipstick on a Pig
- Helix Editor
- WebSocket Weasel
- SkipTo Landmarks & Headings
- Open Switcher Control
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