Category: ws4py

Having fun with WebSocket and Canvas

Recently, I was advised that WebFaction had added support for WebSocket in their custom applications by enabling the according nginx module in their frontend. Obviously, I had to try it out with my own websocket library: ws4py. Setting up your WebFaction application Well, as usual with WebFaction, setting up the application is dead simple. Only […]

ws4py – WebSocket client and server library for Python

Recently I released ws4py, a package that provides client and server WebSocket support for Python 2.6 and 2.7. Let’s first have a quick overview of what ws4py offers for now: WebSocket specification draft-10 of the current specification. A threaded client. This gives a simple client that doesn’t require an external dependency. A Tornado client. This […]