Web Sockets

Prysm has built-in web socket support, which allows your interface to receive data from a server without rerouting the connection through JavaScript Binding.

The Web Socket API is described in Include/Cohtml/Socket.h and consists of the classes cohtml::ISocketListener, cohtml::IViewListener::OnCreateWebSocket and cohtml::IClientSideSocket.

To integrate WebSockets with your Prysm interface, you must first have a WebSocket library implemented with your engine. In order to create WebSocket your ViewListener must implement properly cohtml::IViewListener::OnCreateWebSocket

Prysm supports sending and receiving string or binary data over WebSocket.

WebSocket.send(data) JS API is implemented for strings and binary types (Blob, ArrayBuffer, ArrayBufferView).

To use binary messages, the cohtml::websocket::OpCode should be used properly according to the cohtml::ISocketListener and cohtml::IClientSideSocket API.

On the JS side, the binaryType property can be used to control the type of received binary data.

Example implementation

WebSocketHub.cpp – an example implementation of the web socket API can be found in the Modules/WebSockets directory of your distribution package.