Make your existing API real-time with FeathersJS
David Luecke

What I don’t understand is, how the service proxy gets notified when there are changes on the heroku server?. I know that feathers can notify all clients connected to the proxy itself that when someone invokes a proxy method (e.g. user 1 calls create and user 2, 3 and 4 that are connected via websockets will get notified) but how does it work when user 1, 2, 3 and 4 are connected to the proxy server via websockets and user 5 creates a new todo via HTTP on origin api server (heroku in this case) ?