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       Eliom_react.Down - Event from server to client.


       Module   Eliom_react.Down


       Module Down
        : sig end

       Event from server to client.

       ===  A  Down  event  (AKA  down-going event) is an event which occurrences are transmitted
       asynchronously to the client. Even if they are named  events  ,  it  might  be  better  to
       consider them as asynchronous server-to-client edges in the react events dependency graph.
       To use this, call function of_react on server side, and just use the returned value  as  a
       react event on client side.  Example: let e = of_react ... in ... {{ ... f %e;
       ... }} ===

       type 'a t

       The abstract type of down events.

       val  of_react  :  ?scope:[<  Eliom_comet.Channel.comet_scope  ]  ->  ?throttling:float  ->
       ?name:string -> ?size:int -> 'a React.E.t -> 'a t

       of_react  ?scope  ?throttling ?name e create an asynchronous edge originating from e . The
       parameters are: throttling for the limit to event propagation rate, name for named  edges,
       size  for  the size of the server side buffer.  scope tell which kind of channel this rely
       on (See Eliom_comet.create ).