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We've compiled a list of 6 free and paid alternatives to SocketCluster. The primary competitors include, Primus. In addition to these, users also draw comparisons between SocketCluster and SockJS,, Faye. Also you can look at other similar options here: Development Software, Web Frameworks. is a lightweight framework for building high performance Realtime Single Page JavaScript...

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SockJS is a browser JavaScript library that provides a WebSocket-like object.
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Faye is a set of tools for simple publish-subscribe messaging between web clients.

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A scalable framework for realtime apps and microservices.

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SocketCluster Overview

SocketCluster is an open source realtime WebSocket framework for Node.js.

SC supports both direct client-server communication (like and group communication via pub/sub channels.

SC is designed to scale both vertically across multiple CPU cores and horizontally across multiple machines/instances (via pub/sub channel synchronization). See video about scaling horizontally.

If you're looking for a complete realtime reactive framework, check out Meatier (built with SC).

SocketCluster Features

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