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Node.js - Node InSim

Node InSim

Introducing Node InSim, an InSim library for Node.js with Typescript support.

At Sim Broadcasts, we are big advocates of the Web and open-source software. We wanted to develop a Node.js based InSim implementation to complement our own technology stack and to contribute something useful back to the community.

Node InSim is compatible with InSim version 9.


Install the node-insim NPM package in your Node.js application:

npm install --save node-insim

or if you use Yarn:

yarn add node-insim

Basic Usage

To connect to an LFS server, you must enter its hostname, a port and a short name for your application.

The InSim port must be configured in the LFS server settings. Also, make sure the public IP address from which your application is connecting is allowed to connect to the server InSim port.

Quote from Basic Node InSim Usage: :
import { InSim } from 'node-insim';

const inSim = new InSim();

Host: '',
Port: 29999,
IName: 'Node InSim App',

Begin developing with Node InSim

To learn more, including how to send and receive packets with Node InSim, check out the Node InSim repository on GitHub.

GitHub | NPM | Node InSim - An open-source project by Sim Broadcasts

v0.10.0 - OutSim support
How did you run LFS on a macOS? can you make a guide? Big grin
#4 - gu3st
#7 - gu3st
Quote from mbutcher :As you know, I tried this on Apple silicon, and it didn't work so well with LFS. I'm going to try Dustin's suggestions above. Thumbs up

It'll be the same. I gave it a try thinking things improved but it's the same on my M1 Pro as before.

Annoyingly, you might get better perf in Parallels (VMWare doesn't yet support 3D). I tried it a year back but I don't have an active Parallels subscription now.
I tried the free trial, and yeah, it doesn't work.

Node.js - Node InSim
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