This is the Windows app named Ratchet WebSocket whose latest release can be downloaded as v0.4.4.zip. It can be run online in the free hosting provider OnWorks for workstations.
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Ratchet is a loosely coupled PHP library providing developers with tools to create real time, bi-directional applications between clients and servers over WebSockets. Write your own chat (aka "Hello World!" for sockets) application in a matter of minutes. After understanding "the new flow", event driven programming, compared to traditional HTTP request/response - writing any application on top of Ratchet becomes fast and easy. Ratchet provides many components for you to pick and choose from to easily add functionality. The component architecture allows you to focus on functionality with the ability to reuse and add or remove other component functionality. Ratchet is fully PSR-4 compliant, so it naturally plays well with others. Leveraging components from Symfony2, development should feel similar to many. Ratchet passes all WebSocket tests to ensure it works on all supported browsers.
- Shell access is required and root access is recommended
- Fast and very easy to use
- Compatible and with many components
- Passes all WebSocket tests to ensure it works on all supported browsers
- Reuse and add or remove other component functionality
- Fully PSR-4 compliant
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