Proxy server for adding push to your API
Instead of letting clients directly interface with your services over websockets, consider using Pushpin , which allows you to completely isolate realtime communication from your services.
As a bonus, it also provides you the ability to cycle (redeploy/restart) your services without your clients having to reconnect (that's where the name comes from). And as you can imagine - because communication with your services is entirely stateless it scales like crazy.
μWebSockets for Node.js back-ends :metal:
have you tried https://github.com/uNetworking/uWebSockets.js/
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