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primus - :zap: Primus, the creator god of the transformers & an abstraction layer for real-time to prevent module lock-in

  •    Javascript

Primus, the creator god of transformers but now also known as universal wrapper for real-time frameworks. There are a lot of real-time frameworks available for Node.js and they all have different opinions on how real-time should be done. Primus provides a common low level interface to communicate in real-time using various real-time frameworks.If you deploy your application behind a reverse proxy (Nginx, HAProxy, etc.) you might need to add WebSocket specific settings to its configuration files. If you intend to use WebSockets, please ensure that these settings have been added. There are some example configuration files available in the observing/balancerbattle repository.

watcher - watcher is a Go package for watching for files or directory changes without using filesystem events

  •    Go

watcher is a Go package for watching for files or directory changes (recursively or non recursively) without using filesystem events, which allows it to work cross platform consistently. watcher watches for changes and notifies over channels either anytime an event or an error has occurred.

sqs-consumer - Build SQS-based Node applications without the boilerplate

  •    Javascript

Build SQS-based applications without the boilerplate. Just define a function that receives an SQS message and call a callback when the message has been processed.Creates a new SQS consumer.

Windows Workflow (State Machine), Duplex WCF Service, WPF and Silverlight

  •    Silverlight

This Visual Studio solution demonstrates a complex implementation, which is a simple order process system, utilizing Windows Workflow (state machine), duplex WCF services(TCP duplex and Silverlight polling), WPF and Silverlight.

Polling Web Part


The Poll Web Part allows you to quickly poll your end users without using a lot of real estate like what the SharePoint surveys use.


  •    JQuery

Allows you add custom events that can be precisely configured to track changes on DOM nodes (from simple form input updates to tracking anything like CSS position). These events support jQuery Event API (including event delegation!). Plays nicely with resources, monitors DOM updates, clears caches whenever necessary

p-wait-for - Wait for a condition to be true

  •    Javascript

Can be useful for polling.Returns a Promise that resolves when condition returns true. Rejects if condition throws or returns a Promise that rejects.

Squiss - High-volume Amazon SQS Poller for Node.js

  •    Javascript

Squiss aims to process as many messages simultaneously as possible. Set the maxInFlight option to the number of messages your app can handle at one time without choking, and Squiss will attempt to keep that many messages flowing through your app, grabbing more as you mark each message as handled or ready for deletion. If the queue is empty, Squiss will maintain an open connection to SQS, waiting for any messages that appear in real time. By default, anyway. You can configure it to poll however you want. Squiss don't care. Don't be scared of new -- you need to create a new Squiss instance for every queue you want to poll. Squiss is an EventEmitter, so don't forget to call squiss.on('message', (msg) => msg.del()) at the very least.

kb-controls - present a polling interface for keyboard state given a binding object

  •    Javascript

expose a polling object for (game) keybindings using vkey definitions. Events are great! I love them. But when you're writing game logic, oftentimes you want the frame event to drive the simulation -- and dealing with the keyboard as a separate evented interface can be troublesome in this regard.

pwait - Small utility to wait for a process to finish

  •    C

instead, unless you need to get the process's exit code. pwait is a small utility to wait for a process to finish. It works much like the wait command built in to bash and other shells, but it can wait for processes that aren't children of the terminal you run it in.

sse-dash - Node.js & Aura.js demonstrating SSE (Server Side Events)

  •    Javascript

The backend server is implemented in Node.js and the frontend is mostly using aura.js to provide isolated (and reusable!) widgets to connect to the different SSE endpoints. The demo currently shows connected server peers, the latest article from the NPMjs.org RSS feed and the servers current date & time, all in realtime. and finally open

toiler - Toiler is a AWS SQS long-polling thread-based message processor.

  •    Ruby

Toiler is a AWS SQS long-polling thread-based message processor. It's based on shoryuken but takes a different approach at loadbalancing and uses long-polling. Toiler allows to specify the amount of processors (threads) that should be spawned for each queue. Instead of shoryuken's loadbalancing approach, Toiler delegates this work to the kernel scheduling threads.

async-polling - An easy way to run reliable polling without messing with setTimeout.

  •    Javascript

An easy way to run reliable polling without messing with setTimeout. Here is an article explaining why using setInterval is discouraged, especially when dealing with asynchronous tasks.

feed-poll - a ATOM/RSS feed poller for Node.js

  •    Javascript

Poll for RSS or ATOM articles. See LICENSE.

promise-poller - A basic poller built on top of promises

  •    Javascript

A basic poller built on top of promises. You can use any promise library that is Promises/A+ compliant. Sometimes, you may perform asynchronous operations that may fail. In many of those cases, you want to retry these operations one or more times before giving up. promise-poller handles this elegantly using promises.

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