Getting started with WebSync is easy!
That's it! Check out the tutorials to learn more about how to integrate WebSync with your applications.
Each domain has both a public and private key.
All client methods can be secured by requiring the private key to operate. Check out the Portal to configure private key requirements for your domain.
Channel names must start with a forward slash (/) and be composed of alphanumeric characters. Additional forward slashes may be used to organize channels (e.g. /myapplication/chat and /myapplication/activity).
There are two reserved channels: /meta and /websync. Channel names may not start with these values.
Domain keys can be configured to allow or deny connections from localhost. Typically, you would allow connections from localhost while actively developing and then deny them once the application is in production.