The latest version is 1.1.1, released February 25 2015. It is open-source software, released under the MIT license. You can follow development on Faye’s GitHub page.
Download for Node.js and web browsers
The Node.js version is available through npm. This package contains a copy of the browser client, which is served up by the Faye server when running.
npm install faye
Alternatively you can grab the latest release package:
The above package contains these files:
To use Faye for Node.js, just put these two files together in a directory,
and load the server-side component using
faye-browser-min.js file contains the web browser client, which your
Faye server will serve for you automatically.
The browser client can be used standalone with other Bayeux servers like
CometD – just include
faye-browser-min.js in your web
page to use it.
Download for Ruby
For Ruby platforms, Faye is easily installable through RubyGems.
gem install faye
This package also includes the browser client which is served up by the Faye server when running.