TutsPlus.com has posted the next part of their series covering the use of "channels" with Pusher, the real-time messaging service. In the previous article they introduced Pusher and its "channels" functionality to build a simple real-time chat. In this new tutorial they show how to modify this application to use private channels.
n this series, we've been learning about Channels from Pusher, a platform that allows you to give your users the seamless real-time experience they want.
Private channels provide your applications with a secure, private medium for publishing messages. The best part is how easy it is to implement and use private channels for your apps.
Much like the previous article, they've included a screencast of the entire process right along side the text version. The tutorial walks you through setting up the server (the
ChannelsController), the endpoint for client authorization and the changes to make to the client itself.