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More information about this crate can be found in the crate documentation.
axum already supports WebSockets through
axum::extract::ws. However the fact that axum uses
tungstenite under the hood is a private implementation detail. Thus axum doesn't directly
expose types from tungstenite, such as
This allows axum to update to a new major version of tungstenite in a new minor version of
axum, which leads to greater API stability.
This library works differently as it directly uses the types from tungstenite in its public API. That makes some things simpler but also means axum-tungstenite will receive a new major version when tungstenite does.
Which should you choose?
By default you should use
axum::extract::ws unless you specifically need something from
tungstenite and don't mind keeping up with additional breaking changes.
This crate uses
#![forbid(unsafe_code)] to ensure everything is implemented in
100% safe Rust.
This project is licensed under the MIT license.