If you want to take your application’s user experience to another level and create a real-time application, you should consider using WebSockets.
There are two types of laziness. The good one and the bad one. The good one drives us towards innovation, because we are too lazy to repeat something over and over, and we create a new, simpler way of doing it. The bad one pulls us down, slows us down, and in the worst case, it stops us.
Have you ever wondered what’s going on underneath your framework when a client requests you to recalculate the trajectory of an asteroid heading towards Earth, or when an accountant wants to generate an annual report or when user wants to see a list of videos with funny cats?