A barebones WebSocket client and server implementation written in 100% Java.
This repository contains a barebones WebSocket server and client implementation
written in 100% Java. The underlying classes are implemented
java.nio, which allows for a
non-blocking event-driven model (similar to the WebSocket
API for web browsers).
Implemented WebSocket protocol versions are:
Here some more details about protocol versions/drafts.
You can find instructions on how to use this library for your dependency management tool in mvnrepository.com.
You can also find any releases here.
org.java_websocket.server.WebSocketServer abstract class implements the
server-side of the WebSocket Protocol.
A WebSocket server by itself doesn't do anything except establish socket
connections though HTTP. After that it's up to **your** subclass to add purpose.
org.java_websocket.client.WebSocketClient abstract class can connect to
valid WebSocket servers. The constructor expects a valid
wss:// URI to
connect to. Important events
get fired throughout the life of the WebSocketClient, and must be implemented
in **your** subclass.
You can find a lot of additional examples here.
Everything found in this repo is licensed under an MIT license. See
LICENSE file for specifics.