Buttplug Typescript/JS Client Implementation
Using buttplug-js with Node
buttplug-js works with both pure web builds, as well as node applications. To use buttplug-js with node, use the
ButtplugNodeWebsocketClientConnector class instead of the
ButtplugBrowserWebsocketClientConnector class. That should be the only change needed, all of the API stays the same. See the Documentation section for more info.
Documentation on how to use Buttplug in general, as well as examples for buttplug-js, can be found in the Buttplug Developer Guide.
API documentation for buttplug-js can be found at https://buttplugio.github.io/buttplug-js.
What happened? Why is buttplug-js back?
Then I rewrote everything in Rust because I like Rust more and it's far easier for me to port across platforms. This repo was archived ~2 years ago in preference to seating the C# client and server on top of the Rust implementation of Buttplug, as part of the Rust FFI Project.
That project ended up being a partial failure.
If you have issues or feature requests, please feel free to file an issue on this repo.
We are not looking for code contributions or pull requests at this time, and will not accept pull requests that do not have a matching issue where the matter was previously discussed. Pull requests should only be submitted after talking to qdot via issues on this repo (or on discourse or discord if you would like to stay anonymous and out of recorded info on the repo) before submitting PRs. Random PRs without matching issues and discussion are likely to be closed without merging. and receiving approval to develop code based on an issue. Any random or non-issue pull requests will most likely be closed without merging.
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