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Does over-reliance on tools imply that you are lazy? Generally speaking, 'No'; but there is one big caveat. I started programming in C++ at uni and loved it. In the next term we changed to VB6 and I hated it. I could not tell what was going on, you drag a button to a form and the ide writes the code for you. Yes, indeed. Your experience at ...


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After some research it becomes clear, that pywebsockets was developed for testing browser implementations. It has (at least) the drawbacks of being neither secure nor scalable. So in short: It is not suitable to be used in production environment! As stated above it is still a great tool for testing your client side implementation of websockets, probably ...


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No, it's a bad idea to use in production unless you thoroughly understand what the package does and you're willing to take the associated risks from running experimental code in a production environment. As you mentioned, their site clearly states it is not for production usage. pywebsocket is intended for testing or experimental purposes. So if you ...



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