QWebSockets moved to the Qt Playground

I am glad to announce that QWebSockets has been moved to the Qt Playground repository.
This is the first step in making QWebSockets an integral part of Qt.

See QWebSockets on Qt Playground(https://qt.gitorious.org/qtplayground/websockets).

7 thoughts on “QWebSockets moved to the Qt Playground

    • I’m would like to use on Windows / Visual Studio 2010.
      The sequence[qmake, make, make install ] isn’t simple on windows ;-), so I opened the project in Qt Creator, and try to build but got this error:
      C:\TEMP\qtplayground-websockets\src\imports\qmlwebsockets\qqmlwebsocket.h:49: erreur: C1083: Cannot open include file: ‘QWebSocket’: No such file or directory

      • Hi Kurt,
        I wish you an happy Q year !

        Yes I have perl installed:
        C:\>perl -v
        This is perl 5, version 16, subversion 3 (v5.16.3) built for MSWin32-x64-multi-thread

        This should be ok, isn’t it ?

  1. Hi Kurt Pattyn,I meet a problem about socket.io,how do i use socke.io in pc desktop on Qt5.2.1,I know Qt5.2.1 has no websockets module,so i don’t use your Qtsocketio module in my Qt5.2.1 project,please give me some ideas

  2. What’s Happening i’m new to this, I stumbled upon this I have discovered It positively helpful and it has aided me out loads. I hope to contribute &amp help other users like its helped me. Good job. dddefbddddak

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