Open a Stream by either dialing (establishing an outgoing connection) or listening (accepting an incoming connection) at an address. This is a low-level interface intended for communicating with non-NNG endpoints.
stream(dial = NULL, listen = NULL, textframes = FALSE)
a URL to dial, specifying the transport and address as a character string e.g. 'ipc:///tmp/anyvalue' or 'tcp://127.0.0.1:5555' (not all transports are supported).
a URL to listen at, specifying the transport and address as a character string e.g. 'ipc:///tmp/anyvalue' or 'tcp://127.0.0.1:5555' (not all transports are supported).
[default FALSE] applicable to the websocket transport only, enables sending and receiving of TEXT frames (ignored otherwise).
A Stream (object of class 'nanoStream' and 'nano').
A Stream is used for raw byte stream connections. Byte streams are reliable in that data will not be delivered out of order, or with portions missing.
Specify only one of 'dial' or 'listen'. If both are specified, 'listen' will be ignored.
Dialing a secure websocket address starting 'wss://' is supported if
nng_version shows 'TLS supported'.
# will succeed only if there is an open connection at the address: s <- stream(dial = "tcp://127.0.0.1:5555") #> Warning: 6 | Connection refused