Documentation

Find the docs for your edition and version below.

New to Kaazing? Start with the links below Enterprise Edition 5.0.

Enterprise Edition 5.0

This is the Enterprise Edition of Kaazing WebSocket Gateway. It supports JMS, AMQP, and Custom Protocols, and includes Client SDKs for iOS, Android, JavaScript, Microsoft .NET, and Java. 5.0 includes Enterprise Edition-only features and features available as part of the Kaazing Open Source Community offering.

JMS Edition 4.0 (3.53.4)

Extend the reach of your enterprise JMS messaging system to Web and mobile clients. This edition is a highly scalable, near zero-latency, full-duplex solution for JMS compatible messaging systems. Compliant with all JMS-compliant message brokers, such as TIBCO EMS, Informatica Ultra Messaging, and Apache ActiveMQ.

Download ZIP of 4.0 docs – You can follow the links above to read the docs online or download the docs for offline reading.

Related AWS (Amazon Web Services) Documentation: 4.03.5. This documentation describes how to register and use Kaazing Gateway with Amazon Web Services.

AMQP Edition 4.0 (3.53.4)

Use the Advanced Message Queueing Protocol (AMQP) over the Web via WebSocket. Rapidly develop rich AMQP clients for mobile and Web customers.

Related AWS (Amazon Web Services) Documentation: 3.5. This documentation describes how to register and use Kaazing Gateway with Amazon Web Services.

XMPP Edition 3.5

Use the eXtensible Messaging and Presence Protocol (XMPP) over the Web via WebSocket.

Related AWS (Amazon Web Services) Documentation: 3.5. This documentation describes how to register and use Kaazing Gateway with Amazon Web Services.

Gateway Edition 4.0

Use your own custom protocol with Kaazing Gateway.

Download ZIP of 4.0 docs  – You can follow the links above to read the docs online or download the docs for offline reading.

Related AWS (Amazon Web Services) Documentation: 4.0. This documentation describes how to register and use Kaazing Gateway with Amazon Web Services.

HTML5 Edition 3.5 (3.4)

Run HTML5 WebSockets, Server-Sent Events (SSE), and Cross-Document Messaging Using Cross-Origin Resource Sharing. Layer your own custom protocol over WebSocket.

Related AWS (Amazon Web Services) Documentation: 3.5. This documentation describes how to register and use Kaazing Gateway with Amazon Web Services.

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