Represents well known WebSocket close codes as defined in tp://www.rfc-editor.org/rfc/rfc6455.txt of the WebSocket protocol spec.
No error specified.
(1001) Indicates an endpoint is being removed. Either the server or client will become unavailable.
The connection will be closed by the server because of an error on the server.
(1003) The client or server is terminating the connection because it cannot accept the data type it received.
(1007) The client or server is terminating the connection because it has received data inconsistent with the message type.
(1010) The client is terminating the connection because it expected the server to negotiate an extension.
(1004) Reserved for future use.
(1000) The connection has closed after the request was fulfilled.
(1008) The connection will be closed because an endpoint has received a message that violates its policy.
(1002) The client or server is terminating the connection because of a protocol error.