Google doesn’t assist WebSocket connections in Googlebot. This was first recognized, I believe, again in Could 2019, when Martin Splitt and Zoe Clifford introduced at Google I/O. Zoe Clifford stated there “Google doesn’t enable WebSocket connections in Googlebot for architectural causes.”
Martin Splitt was just lately requested if that is nonetheless true and Martin replied “So far as I do know, not out there as of at this time, no.”
WebSocket is a pc communications protocol, offering full-duplex communication channels over a single TCP connection. The WebSocket protocol was standardized by the IETF as RFC 6455 in 2011. The present specification is called the HTML Residing Commonplace. It’s maintained by the Internet Hypertext Utility Know-how Working Group (WHATWG), a consortium of the key browser distributors (Apple, Google, Mozilla, and Microsoft).
That is the code pattern Martin and Zoe shared within the Google I/O discuss:
Listed below are these new tweets:
So far as I do know, not out there as of at this time, no.
— Martin Splitt (@g33konaut) April 10, 2022
Discussion board dialogue at Twitter.