Switching from ws to socket.io to make development faster

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  • Yeah I def see your point. I am using this open source repo to introduce webRTC functionality to my own app. They use socket.io in it. It's faster for me to use what others have built then building everything from scratch. I have taken a look at a lot of the popular open source projects (such as Miro) and it's just easier to piggyback of their setup which use socket io.

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  • Yeah I def see your point. I am using this open source repo to introduce webRTC functionality to my own app. They use socket.io in it. It's faster for me to use what others have built then building everything from scratch. I have taken a look at a lot of the popular open source projects (such as Miro) and it's just easier to piggyback of their setup which use socket io.

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  • Yeah I def see your point. I am using this open source repo to introduce webRTC functionality to my own app. They use socket.io in it. It's faster for me to use what others have built then building everything from scratch. I have taken a look at a lot of the popular open source projects (such as Miro) and it's just easier to piggyback of their setup which use socket io.

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