sse - Server Side Events server and client for Golang

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SSE is a client/server implementation for Server Side Events for Golang. Right now functionality is basic, but there is support for multiple separate streams with many clients connected to each. The client is able to specify the stream it wants to connect to by the URL parameter stream.The client exposes a way to connect to an SSE server. The client can also handle multiple events under the same url.



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