Tiny WebSocket library for Go. (by gobwas)
Oh, thanks! And sorry for still not switching to https://github.com/gobwas/ws :)
Real-time messaging library for Go with scalability in mind. The core of Centrifugo server.
Thanks! BTW, Centrifugo's core is based on https://github.com/centrifugal/centrifuge Go library - which theoretically can be more flexible and extensible solution for Go developers than Centrifugo server since server dictates some auth/permission/channel/api rules.
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An open, easy, fast, reliable and battery-efficient solution for real-time communications
I actually was thinking about this when I saw https://github.com/dunglas/mercure project to become a Caddy plugin. But I did not find enough reasoning to try this with Centrifugo at that point, and still... Seems awesome from one side - tight integration with a web-server, no extra network between LB and Centrifugo. But will this be useful in practice and find its users? 🤔 That's the question I don't have an answer yet.
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