Ratchet websockets integration plugin for CakePHP
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Last update: 2020-06-06 16:13:54 UTC
CakePHP plugin wrapping Ratchet
Currently I'm rewriting this plugin for CakePHP v3.
Ratchet for CakePHP brings the Ratchet websocket package to CakePHP. Websockets allow you to utilize near-real-time communication between your application and it's visitors. For example notifying a page the associated record in the database has been updated using the Pushable behaviour.
Keep in mind that this should only be used to push data around. Handling and processing that data is the applications job this plugin is only to get it from and to the client.
To install via Composer, use the command below, it will automatically detect the latest version and bind it with
composer require wyrihaximus/ratchet
Add the following to your
config/bootstrap.php to load the plugin.
Plugin::load('WyriHaximus/Ratchet', [ 'bootstrap' => true, ]);
For a proper way to boot the server check out the Ratchet example supervisor configuration.
For more abundant documentation on this project, check the project documentation site.
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