You probably only need to depend on this library if you are yourself creating an alternative to the Myxine server: to build clients to the Myxine server, see the documentation for its various client libraries.
The configuration for a session, describing the behavior of the heartbeat / page garbage collector, and the default parameters for each new page.
An incoming event sent from the browser, intended to be forwarded directly to listeners. While there is more structure here than merely a triple of JSON values, we don't bother to parse it because the client will be parsing it again, so this will be a waste of resources.
A proxy for a page in the browser, encapsulating all the state and
connections necessary to set its content, listen for events, and evaluate
A collection of
A command sent directly to the code running in the browser page to tell it to update or perform some other action.
The ways in which a page can be refreshed.
The possible responses from a page: either an event happened, or the result of evaluating an expression was sent back.
A subscription to events is either a