[Libwebsockets] How to send data asynchronously to the client?

Prathamesh P Ghanekar prathamesh.ghanekar at igate.com
Wed May 14 04:59:43 CEST 2014


1)Is there a way to asynchronously send the data to the client? That is, without being in a callback, server spontaneously initiating data transfer to the client..!!

2)If not this, then is there a way to handle this in the callback? That is, is there a 'reason' value, which will be entered inside callback (e.g. LWS_CALLBACK_SERVER_WRITABLE etc.), using which I can send data, evenif client is not sending the data (as in case of LWS_CALLBACK_RECEIVE, where action is triggered only when client sends data)!!


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