node.js wrapper for webtransport

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Marten Richter

Jun 6, 2022, 6:16:22 AM6/6/22
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Since I like the ideas behind webtransport and wanted to use it for a project, no support was available for node.js.
I made a thin wrapper around your quiche library to add webtransport support (client and server) to node js. (A lot of the platform stuff is taken from chromium and envoy).

It tries to mimic the browser interface for server and client, but not everything is implemented, and not 100% to the evolving spec. However, the important stuff should be there.


Btw if some of the quiche developers are listening.
Is there some way of tags for releases for quiche, if any? Maybe matching Chromium releases?
I am currently half-automated tracking the GitHub repo, but I would like to have more defined points to decide when a release of my wrapper should occur because of the underlying lib changes.


Victor Vasiliev

Jun 23, 2022, 4:28:39 AM6/23/22
to Marten Richter, web-transport-dev
Hi Marten,

This is exciting!  For what it's worth, we do intend to provide CMake build files for QUICHE at some point in the future, so that might make maintaining this easier.

Using Chromium release versions for tags would make sense.  I'll take a look into setting those up.


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