- Direct interaction with the WebSocket API is not necessary.
- The connection, authentication, and table registration steps are handled for you using the credentials, appliance information, and table names you provide.
- The server's JSON messages are buffered and decoded automatically.
- Several methods of subscribing to model changes are provided to help filter, transfer, and store the data more easily.
This API will only work in browsers that support binary WebSockets.
state.js file located on your Secure Remote Access Appliance.
A script tag would look something like the example below, where "support.example.com" is your appliance's hostname:
- <script src="https://support.example.com/api/state.js"></script>
This script tag must be included in your HTML page before any of your own code that uses the API.
Examples in this document use a simple script tag and the API’s global
BomgarState() function. However,