Hi all, I'm currently implementing native websockets for my application. I'm using `WebSocketResource` because I don't need access to the page and do not want my page to lock on websocket messages.
Everything works, but I encountered one issue: It is not possible to support websocket connections for multiple tabs in the same browser because the key used for looking up the websocket connection is the name of the shared resource. Since this is the same for all open browser tabs, existing connections get overwritten when the user opens a new tab. I experimented with appending a unique token to the resource name as a query parameter, but then the websocket broadcaster cannot find the shared resource. It is possible to somehow add a shared resource that supports query parameters? Or is there some other way to use a separate websocket connection per browser tab? Thanks, Thomas