Primacron is a high level abstraction build on top of Primus
Primacron is an ancient scientist who's responsible for building Unicron, the evil twin of Primus.
Primacron is a high level and highly opinionated interface for Primus which
provides multi-server logic through
redis and plain HTTP. It introduces the
concept of forced validation for every single message it receives. This gives
you the guarantee that you can "safely" processes these messages once they are
This high level interface is composed out of various Primus plugins that are maintained by the Primus project:
The module is distributed through npm and can be installed using.
npm install --save primacron
The module exports a constructor function which takes two optional arguments.
Returns a new Primacron instance.
server- Optional - An http/s server instance, automatically created if not provided.
options- Optional - An object with the configuration options. You can use any option supported by Primus and the above mentioned plugins.
const Primacron = ;const primacron = port: 8080 ;primacron;primacron;primacrom;primacron;