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Author Topic: Technical: Mt.Gox uses websocket natively for realtime order book/ticker/etc?  (Read 829 times)
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July 11, 2011, 10:39:16 PM
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While working on the new Mt.Gox, we've been considering implementing websockets natively for everyone (with a fallback on long polling if not available).

Around 44% of our visitors in the past 30 days have native support for websocket (Chrome, Safari), and another 45% can enable it in their browser quite easily (Firefox+Opera). The remaining major part is MSIE, which should have support in near/less near future[1].



Since people in here have more of a technical background, let us know what you think (just spare me the usual "websocket is bad, use direct sockets" - we need something that works in web browsers... and check the new websocket framing in -06 and better first, it's no longer some weird \xff).

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July 15, 2011, 04:26:10 PM
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Websocket is good, and fallback to flashsocket in IE and browsers with websockets disabled would be very nice. You should look for something like http://socket.io/ to perform transparent fallback for you.

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