Ruby on Rails latest stable (v6.1.7.7) - 0 notes - Superclass: Object

This class provides the ability to write an SSE (Server Sent Event) to an IO stream. The class is initialized with a stream and can be used to either write a JSON string or an object which can be converted to JSON.

Writing an object will convert it into standard SSE format with whatever options you have configured. You may choose to set the following options:

1) Event. If specified, an event with this name will be dispatched on
the browser.
2) Retry. The reconnection time in milliseconds used when attempting
to send the event.
3) Id. If the connection dies while sending an SSE to the browser, then
the server will receive a +Last-Event-ID+ header with value equal to +id+.

After setting an option in the constructor of the SSE object, all future SSEs sent across the stream will use those options unless overridden.

Example Usage:

class MyController < ActionController::Base
  include ActionController::Live

  def index
    response.headers['Content-Type'] = 'text/event-stream'
    sse = SSE.new(response.stream, retry: 300, event: "event-name")
    sse.write({ name: 'John'})
    sse.write({ name: 'John'}, id: 10)
    sse.write({ name: 'John'}, id: 10, event: "other-event")
    sse.write({ name: 'John'}, id: 10, event: "other-event", retry: 500)

Note: SSEs are not currently supported by IE. However, they are supported by Chrome, Firefox, Opera, and Safari.


PERMITTED_OPTIONS = %w( retry event id )


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