I want to develop a real-time web app that uses WebSocket.
One app will be running on main PC (let’s call it server) - it will start a websocket listener in PHP.
WebSocket()API. After the connection is established, messages can be exchanged in both directions in real-time.
For WebSocket to work, PHP script needs to use
ob_flush()commands in order to send messages to the connected client.
ExeOutput does not support the above mentioned commands, and so waits forever for the PHP script to complete.
I read somewhere that
flush() doesn’t work because Exeoutput waits for the PHP script to fully finish - can’t we somehow change this behavior so that it pipes the output of PHP script to the CEF in real-time?
It would be great if you could find a solution to this issue, and would be really be a huge help for many such use-cases (there are already some topics discussing this issue).