golongpoll - golang long polling library

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Golang long polling library. Makes web pub-sub easy via an HTTP long-poll server.To use, create a LongpollManager and then use it to publish events and expose an HTTP handler to subscribe to events.

https://github.com/jcuga/golongpoll

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