Here’s the #4 edition of our Monthly update.
So, what’s new in the Socket.IO ecosystem?
Following our focus on tooling, we have published a first release of the Socket.IO Admin UI:
This Admin UI is meant to give you an overview of your Socket.IO deployment.
Here is the list of the current features:
- overview of the servers and the clients that are currently connected
- details of each socket instance (active transport, handshake, rooms, …)
- details of each room
- administrative operations (join, leave, disconnect)
And the features which will be added in the near future:
- overview of the number of packets/bytes sent and received per second
- emitting an event to all clients, a room or a particular Socket instance
The installation steps can be found here.
The source code can be found here: https://github.com/socketio/socket.io-admin-ui/
If you have any feedback / suggestions, do not hesitate!
Please note that the Admin UI does support a cluster of several Socket.IO servers too.
We have added a new guide (here), using Socket.IO to create a basic CRUD application.
- a continuous focus on the documentation (additional code examples, extended guide, …)
- additional tooling around Socket.IO