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Gniazdo

Gniazdo is a WebSocket client for Clojure. Its main purpose is testing WebSockets services without a browser. It uses Jetty's implementation of the WebSocket protocol. It supports both ws:// and wss:// schemas.

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Usage

Add the following artifact to :dependencies in your project.clj:

Latest version

Here's a minimal usage example:

(require '[gniazdo.core :as ws])
(def socket
  (ws/connect
    "ws://example.org:1234/socket"
    :on-receive #(prn 'received %)))
(ws/send-msg socket "hello")
(ws/close socket)

(gniazdo.core/connect uri & options)

gniazdo.core/connect opens a WebSocket connection using a given uri. The following options/callbacks are available:

  • :on-connect – a unary function called after the connection has been established. The handler is a Session instance.
  • :on-receive – a unary function called when a message is received. The argument is a received String.
  • :on-binary – a ternary function called when a message is received. Arguments are the raw payload byte array, and two integers: the offset in the array where the data starts and the length of the payload.
  • :on-error – a unary function called on in case of errors. The argument is a Throwable describing the error.
  • :on-close – a binary function called when the connection is closed. Arguments are an int status code and a String description of reason.
  • :headers – a map of string keys and either string or string seq values to be used as headers for the initial websocket connection request.
  • :client – an optional WebSocketClient instance to be used for connection establishment; by default, a new one is created internally on each call.
  • :subprotocols – an optional sequence of Strings specifying the subprotocols to announce.
  • :extensions – an optional sequence of Strings specifying protocol extensions.

gniazdo.core/connect returns an opaque representation of the connection.

See also WebSocketListener.

(gniazdo.core/send-msg [conn message])

gniazdo.core/send-msg sends a given message using a connection established with gniazdo.core/connect. The message should be a String, byte[] or java.nio.ByteBuffer.

(gniazdo.core/close [conn] [conn status-code reason])

gniazdo.core/close closes a connection established with gniazdo.core/connect. Optionally includes a status int and reason.

(gniazdo.core/client [] [uri])

gniazdo.core/client creates an instance of WebSocketClient, optionally based on the given URI. If secure WebSocket connections are desired, an SSL-capable instance will be created.

Note that the resulting client has to be started ((.start client)) before it can be used with gniazdo.core/connect, and it must be closed ((.stop client)) after the websocket has been closed to prevent a resource leak.

In order to use an HTTP proxy configure an HttpClient and create an instance of WebSocketClient directly.

License

Copyright 2013 stylefruits GmbH

Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
You may obtain a copy of the License at

    http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0

Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS,
WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied.
See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
limitations under the License.

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