websocket-pull-stream - websockets with pull-streams

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Wrap websockets with pull streams, like websocket-stream but much smaller yet more feature rich.Node streams in the browser come at a cost, it's somewhat paradoxical to expend high resource for a resource management abstraction.

https://github.com/davidmarkclements/websocket-pull-stream

Dependencies:

pull-core : ^1.0.0
pull-plex : ^1.0.7
pull-stream-to-stream : ^1.3.0
setimmediate-min : ^1.0.1
stream-to-pull-stream : ^1.6.0

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