hatch

Eve events over the wire using HTTP EventSource

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hatch

Provide feedback to your client pages using hatch. Hatch uses eve to capture and route events in a server process to the client using unique request ids.

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hatch(server, opts?)

Connect a request listener to the target server that will (by default) intercept requests for /__hatch and route appropriate eve events to the server-sent event stream.

hatch.waitFor(id, callback)

Wait for the specified hatch to be opened.

EventChannel(id)

Create a new EventChannel instance

EventChannel#emit(name, args*)

Emit the event

HatchClient(id, options)

HatchClient#handleMessage(evt)

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MIT

Copyright (c) 2013 Damon Oehlman damon.oehlman@gmail.com

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