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00:45:31  <ArxPoetica>'lo world
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04:38:12  <youri801>hello
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04:53:45  <ArxPoetica>hey youri901
04:53:52  <ArxPoetica>oops youri801
04:53:57  <ArxPoetica>durn keyboard
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11:42:05  <paulbjensen>Hi everyone, in case you haven't seen it, here's a short video of SocketStream 0.3.3's client reconnection feature in action: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qoQsnijG6fE&feature=youtu.be
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16:11:51  <youri801>I've seen from the chat demo that it use rpc to send data to the server, while the server use event to send data to the client. Is it possible to use event to send data to the server?
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16:25:07  <paulbjensen>Hi @youri801. event is a pubsub feature
16:25:15  <paulbjensen>rpc is a client -> server ->
16:25:44  <paulbjensen>Sorry, I'll explain a bit better
16:26:10  <paulbjensen>RPC is used to send data from the client to the server, and the server returns a response to that client.
16:26:32  <paulbjensen>event is pubsub, from server to clients
16:27:19  <paulbjensen>If there's a case where you want to have a client send data to the server, and then have that server send it to many clients, you can do that by using both.
16:32:35  <youri801>well I'm looking into making a game with socketstream, but ideally I would like to have a simple ID identifying the message and then my data as json array {1, 23, 32}. RPC seem a bit odd for a game
16:33:53  <paulbjensen>There is a document in the docs which may be helpful
16:34:44  <paulbjensen>This https://github.com/socketstream/socketstream/blob/master/doc/guide/en/writing_request_responders.md
16:35:23  <youri801>I read that already but I am not sure how the client can send data to the server other then rpc is there some send method?
16:38:03  <paulbjensen>the custom request responder will allow you to write a handler other than RPC, ss-backbone does this.
16:38:32  <paulbjensen>but I guess you're asking if SocketStream exposes the websocket client send function?
16:38:39  <youri801>yes
16:41:39  <paulbjensen>there is a way
16:48:14  <paulbjensen>on the client, in the console there is a ss.send function
16:48:38  <paulbjensen>I haven't played with it locally, so I don't know how it looks from the server side
16:52:19  <youri801>Ok thanks for your help
16:55:47  <paulbjensen>np
16:56:15  <paulbjensen>If you're using engine.io, there is a rio object on the client too, worth exploring that
16:56:28  <paulbjensen>* eio global variable
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