Socket.IO 1.3.5

A well-known server technology providing support for a large variety of transports intended for real-time bi-directional communications

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What's new in Socket.IO 1.2.0:

  • Added test to check that empty rooms are autopruned
  • Added Server#origins(v:Function) description for dynamic CORS
  • Added test coverage for Server#origins(function) for dynamic CORS
  • Added optional Server#origins(function) for dynamic CORS
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LICENSE TYPE:

MIT License

USER RATING:
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DEVELOPED BY:
Automattic Inc.
HOMEPAGE:
socket.io
LANGUAGE:
JavaScript
CATEGORY:
C: \ Server Management
Socket.IO is made up of two primary sections. A client library that runs in the user's browser, and a server-side counterpart, running on top of a Node.js server.

These two work via HTTP sockets and allow seamless data exchange between the user's browser and a server-side application, working in near real-time and providing immediate updates to both the local user data and the server's backend.

The main transport medium is WebSockets with an immediate fallback to AJAX polling, supporting features like mult-socket broadcast, async I/O, and client-based data storage.

Many frameworks already support Socket.IO and a few of them made it the central point of their core code, like Express and Koa.

In the industry today, Socket.IO is the go-to solution whenever needing real-time capabilities added to an app, mainly due to its broad ranging support of most Web browsers, and its well documented codebase.

Socket.IO supported transports:
WebSocket
Adobe Flash Socket
AJAX long polling
AJAX multi-part streaming
Forever iframe
JSONP polling

Last updated on March 7th, 2015

Runs on: Windows / Linux / Mac OS / BSD / Solaris

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