WebSocket – Computer Communications Protocol

WebSocket – Computer Communications Protocol

< WebSockets are an advanced technology that makes it possible to open an interactive communication session between the user's browser and a server. WebSocket is a different TCP protocol from HTTP. This protocol is currently supported in most major browsers including Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari and Opera.
WebSockets is a different TCP protocol from HTTP. Unlike HTTP, WebSockets provides full-duplex communication.

Important Tools :

WebSocket-Node: A WebSocket server API implementation for Node.js.

Total.js : Web application framework for Node.js (Example: WebSocket chat)

µWebSockets : Highly scalable WebSocket server and client implementation for C++11 and Node.js.

Socket.IO : A long polling/WebSocket based third party transfer protocol for Node.js.

SocketCluster : A pub/sub WebSocket framework for Node.js with a focus on scalability.

ClusterWS : Lightweight, fast and powerful framework for building horizontally & vertically scalable WebSocket applications in Node.js.

WebSocket – Computer Communications Protocol



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