"Best" websocket implementation for Python 2.x?

justin walters walters.justin01 at gmail.com
Wed Dec 7 12:23:05 EST 2016

On Wed, Dec 7, 2016 at 8:50 AM, Skip Montanaro <skip.montanaro at gmail.com>

> PyPI came back. A bit more sleuthing suggests that the
> websocket-client package on PyPI is Ohtani's package, and is more
> up-to-date than the copyright notices would suggest. The package was
> updated a few days ago on GitHub.
> Taking the path of least resistance (no changes necessary to the
> code), I suspect I will just stick with that unless there are
> overriding inputs from the community suggesting something else is way
> better...
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I can't vouch for it being better, but if you're using asgi, you may want
to take a look at Daphne: https://github.com/django/daphne.

I believe it uses autobahn to power the websocket side of things. Daphne
was developed for the django-channels project. I have
used channels before and I can say that it works pretty well.

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