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EventSource - a polyfill for http://www.w3.org/TR/eventsource/

  •    Javascript

Just include src/eventsource.js or src/eventsource.min.js in your page to use the polyfill. Unless a typescript definition file is created for this polyfill, this is how you would use it in an Ionic2 project. It should (in theory) be very similar in an Angular2 project.

html - HTML Standard

  •    HTML

This repository hosts the HTML Standard. We are committed to providing a friendly, safe and welcoming environment for all. Please read and respect the WHATWG Code of Conduct.

faye-websocket-node - Standards-compliant WebSocket client and server

  •    Javascript

This is a general-purpose WebSocket implementation extracted from the Faye project. It provides classes for easily building WebSocket servers and clients in Node. It does not provide a server itself, but rather makes it easy to handle WebSocket connections within an existing Node application. It does not provide any abstraction other than the standard WebSocket API. It also provides an abstraction for handling EventSource connections, which are one-way connections that allow the server to push data to the client. They are based on streaming HTTP responses and can be easier to access via proxies than WebSockets.

ETW2JSON - Tool and library to convert ETW logs to JSON files

  •    CSharp

ETW2JSON is a tool that converts ETW Log Files (.ETL) to JSON using the Newtonsoft.Json library. It can be used as a stand-alone command line tool that will take as input locations of ETL files and an output path, or it can take your implementation of Newtonsoft.Json's JsonWriter class.Converting ETW Log Files (.ETL) to JSON makes accessible to you a plethora of data that was previously restricted to expert ETW tools or libraries. The goal of this tool is to make ETW data more accessible to a larger developer and operations audience by converting to a human-readable format that is ubiquitous.




aiohttp-sse - Server-sent events support for aiohttp

  •    Python

The EventSource* interface is used to receive server-sent events. It connects to a server over HTTP and receives events in text/event-stream format without closing the connection. aiohttp-sse provides support for server-sent events for aiohttp.The aiohttp-sse is offered under Apache 2.0 license.

sse-channel - Server-Sent Events "channel" where all messages are broadcasted to all connected clients, history is maintained automatically and server attempts to keep clients alive by sending "keep-alive" packets automatically

  •    Javascript

Server-Sent Events "channel" where all messages are broadcasted to all connected clients, history is maintained automatically and server attempts to keep clients alive by sending "keep-alive" packets automatically.

sse-stream - expose html5 server sent events (sse) as a writable stream

  •    Javascript

Expose HTML5 Server Sent Events as an installable appliance on Node.JS http servers; connections are emitted as Writable streams. Create a SSE server that emits connection events on new, successful eventstream connections.


EventSource - A simple Swift client library for the Server Sent Events (SSE)

  •    Swift

SSE Client written on Swift using NSURLSession. It works just like the JavaScript version, the main difference is when creating a new EventSource object you can add headers to the request, for example if your server uses basic auth you can add the headers there.

sendevent - Connect middleware for server-sent-events with iframe fallback

  •    Javascript

Middleware to stream server-sent events to the client. Browsers that don't support the EventSource interface will fall back to a hidden iframe. Here is a simple express app that broadcasts a timestamp every 10 seconds.

Eventsource - The Hoa\Eventsource library.

  •    PHP

Hoa is a modular, extensible and structured set of PHP libraries. Moreover, Hoa aims at being a bridge between industrial and research worlds. This library allows to manipulate the EventSource (aka Server-Sent Events) technology by creating a server.

wakanda-eventsource - Server-Sent Event support for Wakanda

  •    Javascript

This package is meant to provide an HTTP Push support to WakandaDB / Wakanda via the W3C / WHATWG HTML5 Standard called Server-Sent Events aka Event Source. Start the service on Wakanda Server. A good place for this code is usually a Wakanda bootstrap file.

nchan.js - NPM package for the Javasript client for Nchan

  •    Javascript

Websocket, EventSource & Long-Poll client wrapper for Nchan, a pub/sub server for the modern web.

event-source-emitter - server-side EventSource

  •    Javascript

Server-side events with EventSource. To connect to the EventSource server, use the browser's EventSource interface.

node-server-sent-events - Express middleware to push events/messages from the server to the browser, using EventSource

  •    Javascript

Express middleware to push events/messages from the server to the browser, using EventSource. This middleware will keep the request stream open indefinitely, pad the initial response stream for IE and flush the response if the compression middleware is in use.

KafkaSSE - Kafka Consumer -> SSE

  •    Javascript

The Last-Event-ID and EventSource id field will be used to handle auto-resume during client disconnects. By using EventSource to connect to a KafkaSSE endpoint, your client will automatically resume from where it left off if it gets disconnected from the server. Every message sent to the client will have an id field that will be a JSON array of objects describing each latest topic, partition and either offset or timestamp seen by this client. On a reconnect, this object will be sent back as the Last-Event-ID header, and will be used by KafkaSSE to assign a KafkaConsumer to start from those offsets. If the underlying Kafka cluster supports timestamp based consumption, the Last-Event-ID header may initially provide assignments with timestamp entries instead of offset. If timestamps are provided, then Kafka will be quried for the offsets that most closely belong to the provided timestamps. This allows for historical consumption from Kafka without having to know the logical Kafka partition offsets for particular times in the past.

php-sse - A simple and efficient library implemented HTML5's server-sent events by PHP, is used to real-time push events from server to client, and easier than Websocket, instead of AJAX request

  •    PHP

A simple and efficient library implemented HTML5's server-sent events by PHP, is used to real-time push events from server to client, and easier than Websocket, instead of AJAX request.

dotnet-eventsource - .NET EventSource implementation

  •    CSharp

This library supports .NET 4.5+ and .NET Standard 1.4+. Included in the solution is a Console App that shows example usage for using the LaunchDarkly EventSource library against LaunchDarkly's streaming API.