I created Tyrus.Collection namespace and “class” Map in it. The constructor have two arguments – URL of websocket endpoint and update listener. Update listener is invoked whenever the map is changed (this is not optimal, so currently it might be called even when you are putting the key value pair which is already there). Map has following public methods, which should feel familiar for java developers:
When you access the front page, you should see something like:
You can add/modify existing items in the map by using the form on the bottom side (it will automatically load an item when you click on it) and you can remove any item by clicking on the red cross on the right side. All changes should be automatically propagated to all other clients (just open the page in another browser window).
Hope you’ll enjoy the new sample and if you have any comments or suggestions, please send us a note to email@example.com.