sockjs-client 0.3.4+dfsg-2 source package in Ubuntu

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sockjs-client (0.3.4+dfsg-2) unstable; urgency=low

  [ Mattia Rizzolo ]
  * Team Upload.
  * debian/watch: import watch file from sepwatch.  Thanks bartm!
  * debian/control: bump Standards-Version to 3.9.6.

  [ Tonnerre LOMBARD ]
  * Modify build coffeescript to work with uglifyjs 2.0. Closes: #750719

 -- Mattia Rizzolo <email address hidden>  Tue, 08 Dec 2015 02:17:07 +0000

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Uploaded by:
Tonnerre LOMBARD on 2015-12-08
Uploaded to:
Sid
Original maintainer:
Tonnerre LOMBARD
Architectures:
all
Section:
misc
Urgency:
Low Urgency

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Builds

Xenial: [FULLYBUILT] amd64

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sockjs-client_0.3.4+dfsg-2.dsc 2.0 KiB a127c3ded3b9e6bb9f83239ab7b4ffd2862966303339a08b236867c337545376
sockjs-client_0.3.4+dfsg.orig.tar.xz 38.6 KiB 8d223cc69dcef58a486003504c66b7a4eb730305fcf848eafc7ab839820385ec
sockjs-client_0.3.4+dfsg-2.debian.tar.xz 5.9 KiB b80642a466480806f86169f7ab84fed3bf5730880fa2f5a02d33a13572416cb4

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libjs-sockjs: WebSocket emulation - Javascript client

 SockJS is a browser JavaScript library that provides a WebSocket-like object.
 SockJS gives you a coherent, cross-browser, Javascript API which creates a low
 latency, full duplex, cross-domain communication channel between the browser
 and the web server.
 .
 Under the hood SockJS tries to use native WebSockets first. If that fails it
 can use a variety of browser-specific transport protocols and presents them
 through WebSocket-like abstractions.
 .
 SockJS is intended to work for all modern browsers and in environments which
 don't support WebSocket protocol, for example behind restrictive corporate
 proxies.