The DataSift WebSocket API allows you to subscribe to DataSift streams using Websockets. WebSockets is a transmission protocol designed to permit bi-directional message passing over TCP connections using a single port. This enables browsers to connect to a WebSocket and retrieve curated DataSift content in near-realtime, without the technical boundaries of an HTTP Stream.
DataSift provides real-time, human-generated data including social data, blogs, and news data.
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