Allows you to connect to a running SocketStream server to call commands such as
ss.publish.all() from the terminal. This can be very useful when debugging your app.
The SocketStream console follows the client/server model. This ensures the console client starts instantly and even allows you to run commands against a live production system, should you wish.
Important Note The latest release of ss-console (0.1.3) is designed to work with Node 0.8 only. If you are using Node 0.6 please install version 0.1.2 from npm.
ss-console to your package.json then add the following lines to your
var consoleServer = ss;consoleServer;
5000 to another number if you wish to listen on another port.
Install the client globally with:
$ sudo npm install -g ss-console
Once your server is listening out for incoming console connections, connect to it from the terminal by executing:
ss-console will try to connect to a SocketStream server on localhost, port 5000. To connect to another host and/or port, pass params as so:
$ ss-console www.mysocketstreamserver.com 8500
Note: A new Session ID will be created for you each time you connect to the console, allowing you to call
ss.rpc() commands which use the