Changelog

Updates and release notes from the PieSocket team,
updated every friday.

  • Introducing Commands Messages - 28/01/2021

    Now it is easy to get a ping for a pong and find the number of total connected clients to a channel.

     

    Introducing commands messages:
    We added two commands that can help you send queries to the WebSocket server, we plan to add more command messages in the future as per the requirements of our customers.


    View command messages section on this page to know more:  https://www.piesocket.com/docs/3.0/overview

  • Website Updates 17/12/2020

    Users can now choose to opt-out of daily-usage-report emails and other email notifications from their PieSocket account settings.

  • WebSocket Endpoint Update - 16/12/2020

    We made the following non-breaking changes in the WebSocket v3 endpoint.

    • Added a new parameter "cluster_id" to the v3 of the WebSocket endpoint
    • Changed the WebSocket endpoint domain from WebSocket.in to WebSocket.me (non-breaking)
    • PieSocketJS is updated to include the new parameter and use the new domain.
    • Fixed a bug related to counting of messages sent through API/publish

  • Releasing PieSocketJS Beta - 15/12/2020

    We are excited to introduce our first SDK, the javascript client: PieSocket-JS

    PieSocketJS is in beta right now and we will update the website docs once this is out of beta, hopefully in the 2nd week of the new year.

    Cheers!

  • New feature: Auto-scaling - 10/12/2020

    We have added a new feature called "auto-scaling" for API keys. 

    It allows customers to have control over their API usage and billing. From now onwards, if you have auto-scaling disabled for your API key, all the connections to it post daily-quota-exhaustion will be denied. 

    In case auto-scaling is enabled, the service will keep working as expeted and charge customers on a pay-per-use basis for all the messages that exceed the daily quota.

    This setting can be tuned per API key (not per account).