Network Examples

Qt is provided with an extensive set of network classes to support both client-based and server side network programming.

These examples demonstrate the fundamental aspects of network programming with Qt.

Blocking Fortune Client Example

Demonstrates how to create a client for a network service

Broadcast Receiver Example

Demonstrates how to receive information broadcasted over a local network.

Broadcast Sender Example

Demonstrates how to broadcast information to multiple clients on a local network.

Fortune Client Example

Demonstrates how to create a client for a network service

Fortune Server Example

Demonstrates how to create a server for a network service.

Google Suggest Example

Obtains the list of search recommendations by the Google search engine

HTTP Example

Demonstrates a simple HTTP client

Loopback Example

Demonstrates the client-server communication on a local host

Multicast Receiver Example

Demonstrates how to receive information sent to a multicast group

Multicast Sender Example

Demonstrates how to send messages to a multicast group

Network Chat Example

Demonstrates a stateful peer-to-peer Chat client

Network Download Example

Demonstrates how to use networking APIs for multiple downloads

Network Download Manager Example

Demonstrates how to use the networking APIs for multiple downloads

Secure Socket Client Example

Demonstrates how to communicate over an encrypted (SSL) connection

Threaded Fortune Server Example

The Threaded Fortune Server example shows how to create a server for a simple network service that uses threads to handle requests from different clients. It is intended to be run alongside the Fortune Client example.

Torrent Example

Demonstrates complex TCP/IP operations

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