Transcript from the "Websocket Node Client" Lesson
>> If we have our WebSocket server and it works, and you make sure that your cache if you've messed something up, you can do Ctrl+Shift+R and that will tell your browser to just yeah, usually sometimes, unless it doesn't, it'll work. So, here I've got the example. If I type something like hello, I get back the result, uppercase in the browser, hooray.
[00:00:28] Great, so we're doing, We're using streams from Node.js land in the browser, fantastic. If we wanna do streams in Node.js with a WebSocket client, we can also do that using the same API. So if I take this little snippet, and I run it in the browser, then it should take my standard in, pipe it to the WebSocket server and pipe it back out again.
[00:00:57] So I'm gonna make a little WebSocket, command line client. I'll call it nclient, whatever. So there we are, that should all work, hooray. It's pretty nice I think to be able to use more or less exactly the same interface at least just to stand up the connection in the browser and the node.