April 12 2017
Sockets are patterns for the key services offered by different service providers. They are simply arranged, merged, and developed using the dashboard or API.
A Trigger is just what it perceives like - a reply to some event. When you add, renew, or remove data in a Class, you may trigger a Script to run, and the data is passed with it. Socket trigger and send can be employed for different purposes such as delivering an email on the basis of a request, or cleaning up different Classes when something is removed.
With a Schedule Socket, you can run night by night update, an hourly synchronization method, or every third Tuesday at 3 P.M. - completely up to you!
Real-Time Channel Socket
Real-Time Channels are a method of giving functionality of real-time communication. Users can opt-in to Channels for getting alerts about modifications that occur to Data Objects linked to those Channels. They could also be employed in a real-time chat app to offer a real-time practice for your users.
The Push Alert Socket lets you deliver your users Push Notifications. It is just an event started by somebody else, which alerts a particular user. For instance, in a chat app a user can deliver another user an SMS, which would trigger this Push Socket to send alerts to that end user!
Overall, if you want to deliver a text SMS, you should be able to select when and why that takes place, and not be limited!