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What is use for WebSocket in RasPi?

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What is use for WebSocket in RasPi?
posted Jun 29, 2018 by anonymous

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WebSocket enables bidirectional communication in real time over the web.
WebSocket can be run together with a normal HTTP server. You can click a button in a web browser, and enable a GPIO on your Raspberry Pi which turns on a light in your house. All in real time, and with communication going both ways!

answer Jun 29, 2018 by Amarvansh
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