It's probably a dumb idea - but is there a possibility of using HTTP via
XmlHttpRequest as a transport for WAMP? Obviosly, PubSub can't be
supported, but what about RPC?
I haven't dug into WAMP specifics, and the spec says WAMP needs
reliable, ordered full-duplex channel, but I'm wondering how complicated
it would be?
My use case is to replace JSON-RPC in certain scenarios where I have to
support both (since WebSockets support is still not universal with web
IE8+ can do WebSocket with Flash, and IE6+ can do WebSocket with Chrome Frame. Other browsers such as Chrome, FF, Safari, Opera natively support WS.
I'd go with a WS shim/polyfill, like i.e.
That provides transports:
polling: XHR / JSONP polling transport.
websocket: WebSocket transport.
flashsocket: WebSocket transport backed by flash.
Am 06.02.2013 01:28, schrieb Karlo L.:
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