23 Oct, 2012, Davion wrote in the 1st comment:
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Just wondering if anyone has used websockify. I noticed that, by default it comes with a telnet client. It seems promising as its encrypted and flexible. It does require you to run a server to translate WebSocket <-> TCP. I think it's a small price to pay for every MUD being able to talk with a web browser.
24 Oct, 2012, Orrin wrote in the 2nd comment:
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It looks like it would do a similar thing to Phudbase-webmud. I'm not sure why that didn't really catch on as it seems like a neat idea. I believe IRE use code from both websockify and phudbase in their latest web client.
24 Oct, 2012, Idealiad wrote in the 3rd comment:
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IIRC Stendec wrote a proxy for the Decaf client as well, you can probably find it through github.
03 Jun, 2013, Skol wrote in the 4th comment:
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Orrin's got one started here:
Naked Mud with Websockify connection

It's really got potential. I'm working on setting up one for my own game and I'll keep you all posted how it goes.

Thanks Orrin!
- Dave.
04 Jun, 2013, Lundex wrote in the 5th comment:
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I could become interested in something like this. I've been working on a project with the nakedmud codebase. Though I haven't really done all that much with web applications.