Pomelo is a fast, scalable game server framework for <a href="http://nodejs.org">node.js</a>. It provides the basic development framework and many related components, including libraries and tools. Pomelo is also suitable for real-time web applications; its distribu
Pomelo is a fast, scalable game server framework for node.js. It provides the basic development framework and many related components, including libraries and tools. Pomelo is also suitable for real-time web applications; its distributed architecture makes pomelo scale better than other real-time web frameworks.
Fast, scalable, real-time game server development is not an easy job, and a good container or framework can reduce its complexity. Unfortunately, unlike web, finding a game server framework solution is difficult, especially an open source solution. Pomelo fills this gap, providing a full solution for building game server frameworks. Pomelo has the following advantages:
With the following references, you can quickly familiarize yourself with the pomelo development process:
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