wsproto: A pure Python WebSocket protocol stack¶
wsproto is a WebSocket protocol stack written to be as flexible as possible. To that end it is written in pure Python and performs no I/O of its own. Instead it relies on the user to provide a bridge between it and whichever I/O mechanism is in use, allowing it to be used in single-threaded, multi-threaded or event-driven code.
The goal for wsproto is 100% compliance with RFC 6455. Additionally a mechanism is provided to add extensions allowing the implementation of extra functionally such as per-message compression as specified in RFC 7692.
For usage examples, see Getting Started or see the examples provided.