By default, after configuring PocketBase, i.e. the SQLite WebServer, it can run on port 8090 when you start it and use it for your back-ends.
I have just learned that you can run multiple instances of PocketBase on the same machine and on different ports.
I am able to connect to the ChatGPT API without any issues when the `Stream` argument is set to `False` and I use the HttpJob. However, when I tried connecting by enabling the `Stream` argument, I encountered problems with the OkHttpRequest.
I found a sample MPEG Stream by Erel...
so, there's something called server side events (SSE).
it apparently has something to do with notifications
from a web server to a browser. i'm guessing it's what
happens when you see an annoying pop-up message
from a web server asking persmission to send you
notifications. good luck with...