- http://blog.thefrontiergroup.com.au/2014/10/look-cayley/ (Basic Introduction)
- http://blog.juganaru.eu/2016/06/28/google-cayley-graph-database-tutorial-family-tree/ (Cayley tutorial)
- http://goroutines.com/10m (perhaps using websockets on Cayley Server to create persistent connections)
Moved this under community
You can already have persistent connections over http (keep-alive, and as of 1.1 it is the default) and http/2 increases that a lot and we get for free using Go – so I think that is the best way to “go” if you will. HTTP/2 does multiplexing over one persistent connection too – so that is even better.