Communication channel between the C++
QWebChannel server and a HTML/JS client. More…
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Users of the
QWebChannel must implement this interface and connect instances of it to the
QWebChannel server for every client that should be connected to the
QWebChannel . The Qt WebChannel Standalone Example shows how this can be done using Qt WebSockets .
The JSON message protocol is considered internal and might change over time.
Qt WebChannel Standalone Example
- class PySide6.QtWebChannel.QWebChannelAbstractTransport([parent=None])#
Constructs a transport object with the given
- PySide6.QtWebChannel.QWebChannelAbstractTransport.messageReceived(message, transport)#
This signal must be emitted when a new JSON
message was received from the remote client. The
transport argument should be set to this transport object.
- abstract PySide6.QtWebChannel.QWebChannelAbstractTransport.sendMessage(message)#
Sends a JSON