SocketStream is a framework for Realtime Web Apps
Latest release: 0.4.2 (view changelog)
Please note that this is release with many modifications. It is expected to be robust and changes are well covered by tests. If you are already in production use 0.3.12, or even better test this in a staging environment.
npm install -g socketstream
socketstream new <your_app_name> cd <your_app_name> npm install npm start
Then open a web browser at localhost:3000:
Building a simple chat app that uses websockets is easy, but rich, non-trivial, responsive realtime UI without ending up with a mess of code is hard SocketStream eases the pain by:
- Integrating best-of-breed modules to increase productivity
- Providing a sensible place to put everything
- Accelerating development with Live Reload and (optional) support for Stylus, Jade, and other transpilers.
- Accelerating deployment with integrated asset packing and CDN support
- Organizing spaghetti client-side code into modules you can
- Working well with all major client-side frameworks (e.g. Backbone, Ember, Angular)
Applications using SocketStream
- SketchDeck: An app for designing great slide decks from sketches, also a Y Combinator tech startup.
- Hollow: An interactive, emmy-nominated documentary.
- Bitjoy: Realtime Bitcoin prices and news.
- Teeleader: A booking engine for Golf courses.
(most recent at end)
- KrtConf.com, Portland, November 2011
- LNUG.org, London, May 2012
- LXJS, Lisbon, September 2012
- RealtimeConf, Portland, October 2012
- QCon, San Francisco, November 2012
- RealtimeConf EU, Lyon, April 2013
Checkout the documentation here.
Next Major Release 0.5
This upcoming is expected in July. The current state can be found on the
Creator: Owen Barnes
- Paul Jensen
- Roman Minkin
- Robert Hall
- Joshua Cullick
- Henrik Vendelbo
SocketStream is released under the MIT license.