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    You might also want to check out this old post,...

    You might also want to check out this old post, which contains some code:
    https://forums.lightstreamer.com/showthread.php?65-Using-selectors
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    Server version is reported in the header of the...

    Server version is reported in the header of the HTTP response, unless explicitly removed from the configuration of the server.
    So, your client might do a simple HTTP request to the Lightstreamer...
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    I think there is a misunderstanding....

    I think there is a misunderstanding. TLCP-2.0.0.lightstreamer.com is the WebSocket subprotocol (for the sake of precision, it's called the Sec-WebSocket-Protocol), it's not the address to connect to.
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    You need to use the address of your Lightstreamer...

    You need to use the address of your Lightstreamer Server. If you don't own a Lightstreamer Server, I guess you wish to connect to a third-party installation. In such case, you should refer to their...
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    Great, thanks for the update!

    Great, thanks for the update!
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    That's great news, thanks!

    That's great news, thanks!
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    @toolbox: Yes, we agree that it's good to keep...

    @toolbox: Yes, we agree that it's good to keep this thread open, as this discussion is quite interesting to several Lightstreamer users.

    Thanks,
    Alessandro
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    5) To directly answer your question, there are no...

    5) To directly answer your question, there are no significant disadvantages to use the old protocol.
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    The documentation of the right version of the...

    The documentation of the right version of the network protocol used by IG is linked on IG's site: https://labs.ig.com/lightstreamer-downloads

    The link sends here.
  10. Hi Jack, The current version of Lightstreamer...

    Hi Jack,

    The current version of Lightstreamer (6.0.x) supports two client protocols:

    - Text Protocol: it works over HTTP; it's publicly documented; it is used inside most of the official...
  11. Thread: Ruby Client

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    Ruby Client

    We've discovered this project online:
    https://rubygems.org/gems/lightstreamer

    We haven't tested yet, but it looks like a promising start for a Lightstreamer Ruby Client. Well done!
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    Sticky: Using NGINX as a Reverse Proxy

    We usually suggest to avoid putting a reverse proxy in front of a Lightstreamer Server, as it could negatively impact on performance. In particular, the reverse proxy might result as a bottleneck...
  13. We are working on it. Will let you know soon.

    We are working on it. Will let you know soon.
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    Hi, At present, only the JavaScript client...

    Hi,

    At present, only the JavaScript client libraries (for both web browsers and Node) use WebSockets, in addition to HTTP, while the other libraries use HTTP only. But support for WebSocket in the...
  15. Sticky: Streaming and polling can be combined with HTTP...

    Streaming and polling can be combined with HTTP and WebSockets, so that all the combinations are possible and make sense. So:
    1) Streaming over HTTP
    2) Streaming over WebSocket
    3) Polling over...
  16. JavaScript Client API for Lightstreamer JMS Extender

    A JavaScript library is provided, which can run in any existing browser, including mobile, and in Node.js. The library exposes the full JMS API. Any HTML page can easily become a JMS client, able to...
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    Hook API for Lightstreamer JMS Extender

    You can add very fine-grained authentication and authorization to your Web JMS clients without dealing with legacy and proprietary JMS security mechanisms. The Lightstreamer JMS Extender offers a...
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    @jpsauvager, as mentioned in a previous post, you...

    @jpsauvager, as mentioned in a previous post, you might want to check out the new version of the iOS API for Lightstreamer (the Unified Client API). It throws no such exceptions but rather delivers...
  19. Blog post introducing Lightstreamer JMS Extender

    http://blog.lightstreamer.com/2015/12/introducing-lightstreamer-jms-extender.html
  20. Hi Klaus, The good news is that we will open...

    Hi Klaus,

    The good news is that we will open source all the Lightstreamer client libraries. It will take some time though.

    Thanks,
    Alessandro
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    Lightstreamer JMS Extender Now Available!

    The Lightstreamer JMS Extender has been officially released today, thus replacing the experimental Lightstreamer JMS Gateway.

    Download it now and check it out!
  22. Hi Dejan, I confirm Lightstreamer is currently...

    Hi Dejan,

    I confirm Lightstreamer is currently based on a "publish-on-demand" paradigm, but we will support "publish-always" too in the future.

    In the meanwhile, if you use the technique...
  23. Hi Mario, The "Hello World" tutorial on...

    Hi Mario,

    The "Hello World" tutorial on pushing data to Lightstreamer server via TCP sockets is this: https://github.com/Weswit/Lightstreamer-example-HelloWorld-adapter-socket

    Cheers
    Alessandro
  24. Hi Ullas, You are using Lightstreamer Moderato...

    Hi Ullas,

    You are using Lightstreamer Moderato edition, which does not support Android clients. Please refer to this table for full edition details: http://www.lightstreamer.com/products

    You...
  25. (This was sorted out through direct...

    (This was sorted out through direct communication with support@lightstreamer.com)
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