Event channels in Node.js
Channels keeps your messages in order for different endpoints (channels) of your Node.js application.
In Etherpad Channels is used to ensure changes for specific pads have their own channel (gateway) and changesets (planes) are assigned to specific channels (gateways).
Channels is useful if you need to have lots of different I/O operations on different endpoints that you need to keep in order.
Debian: Mike Gabriel <firstname.lastname@example.org>
19 August 2014
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