Interprocessus communication with the help of NodeJS, WebSockets and VarStream.
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** Abandonated: ** I'm not doing to maintain this project anymore, i'll just leave it here for historical reasons. Feel free to reuse it according to its license.

WebSocketIPC is a websocket server allowing you to synchronize a variable tree between each clients of the server.

It also synchronize the variable tree beetween each worker of the cluster (one per CPU).

Finally, it allows you to pipe a Unix VarStream in and out or to simply visualize the stream in the console and manually type VarStream content from your console.

It's a proof of concept of the VarStream project.

WebSocketIPC program is free to use for any purpose (GNU/GPL).

How to use

On your console :

npm install
node src/backend.js


To build the front-end :

npm install -g browserify
node_modules/browserify/bin/cmd.js src/frontend.js -o www/javascript/script.js 

Note: The Grunt plug-in currently embed an old browserify version. It should work when updated.


Open index.html multiple times on your browsers to test WebSocketIPC synchronization.


  • Nicolas Froidure - @nfroidure


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