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Swizec commented Jun 14, 2012

Hey,

I implemented a socket.io backend so browser-side javascript can connect to a statsd server and receive stat dumps when they happen.

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@Swizec Very cool. My recommendation would be to implement this as a separate StatsD backend packaged as an NPM module. This separates your backend development and required dependencies from the main statsd daemon. Checkout this link for some backend module examples: https://github.com/etsy/statsd/wiki/Backends

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mheffner commented Jun 15, 2012

@Swizec Very cool. My recommendation would be to implement this as a separate StatsD backend packaged as an NPM module. This separates your backend development and required dependencies from the main statsd daemon. Checkout this link for some backend module examples: https://github.com/etsy/statsd/wiki/Backends

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Awesome idea! And yeah what @mheffner said :).

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mrtazz commented Jun 18, 2012

Awesome idea! And yeah what @mheffner said :).

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Swizec Jun 20, 2012

Turns out there's already a socket.io backend implemented as a module.

https://github.com/Chatham/statsd-socket.io

I should take better care to read the docs :)

Swizec commented Jun 20, 2012

Turns out there's already a socket.io backend implemented as a module.

https://github.com/Chatham/statsd-socket.io

I should take better care to read the docs :)

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