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Sébastien Deleuze opened SPR-12422 and commented
SockJS client 1.0 is likely to be released soon. There is theoretically not much impact on server-side, but we should at least:
Reference URL: https://github.com/sockjs/sockjs-client/
Referenced from: commits 79c7e30, a770b15, 6c58258
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Sébastien Deleuze commented
SockJS 1.0 beta-6 has been released 6 days ago and the changelog seems to show that we are close to the 1.0 release (few small changes in latest beta).
I have contacted Bryce Kahle, the project lead, to know if they plan to release it next week, and if he has identified some remaining changes before the 1.0 release.
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As discussed during our meeting, I have asked for support of the old protocols_whitelist option in addition to the new transports one, see SockJS client issue #215 for more details.
We have no release date for SockJS 1.0, so I have updated the documentation (see this commit) to specify that we support SockJS 0.3.
I have updated this issue target version to 4.2 for the moment. We will reevaluate when SockJS 1.0 will be released if this is relevant to target a 4.1.x release or wait 4.2.
Brian Clozel commented
SockJS 1.0.0 has been released on May 14th.
Thanks for the notice Brian Clozel !
This commit updates AbstractSockJsService and the reference documentation in order to use SockJS client 1.0.
The spring-origin-test has also been updated to the new client version, and the tests are ok.
The 2 main changes to have in mind :
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