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Chapter 15. Application Design Patterns ... > Server-Side Client Queues

15.4. Server-Side Client Queues

The concept of queuing up clients comes in handy when building applications that authenticate users through a call to a database or whenever your server-side code needs to perform an asynchronous operation, the results of which affect the clients connected to the application.

Consider a multi-instance application, for example. When building a complex FlashCom application, it's common to use different application instances to partition users into different "rooms." Each of these rooms will have some information that differentiates it from other rooms, such as a room name or a room password.


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