django channels

Channels WebSocket Wrapper

Channels ships with a javascript WebSocket wrapper to help you connect to your websocket and send/receive messages. First, you must include the javascript library in your template; if you’re using Django’s staticfiles, this is as easy as: If you are using an alternative method of serving static files, the compiled source code is located at channels/static/channels/js/websocketbridge.js in …

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Chat Server With Channels:Implement a Chat Server

This tutorial begins where Tutorial 1 left off. We’ll get the room page working so that you can chat with yourself and others in the same room. Add the room view We will now create the second view, a room view that lets you see messages posted in a particular chat room. Create a new file chat/templates/chat/room.html. Your …

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Chat Server With Channels:Rewrite Chat Server as Asynchronous

This tutorial begins where Tutorial 2 left off. We’ll rewrite the consumer code to be asynchronous rather than synchronous to improve its performance. Rewrite the consumer to be asynchronous The ChatConsumer that we have written is currently synchronous. Synchronous consumers are convenient because they can call regular synchronous I/O functions such as those that access Django models without writing …

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