Server-sent events (SSE) is a technology where a browser receives automatic updates from a server via HTTP connection. The Server-Sent Events EventSource API is standardized as part of HTML5 by the W3C.
The WHATWG Web Applications 1.0 proposal included a mechanism to push content to the client. On September 1, 2006, the Opera web browser implemented this new experimental technology in a feature called "Server-Sent Events".
|Mozilla Firefox||Yes||Starting with Firefox 6.0 |
|Google Chrome||Yes||Starting with Chrome 6 |
|Opera||Yes||Starting with Opera 11 |
|Safari||Yes||Starting with Safari 5.0 |
|Microsoft Edge||No||Under consideration |
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