QtROClientFactory Class

A class holding information about client backends available on the Qt Remote Objects network. More...

Header: #include <QtROClientFactory>
qmake: QT += remoteobjects

Public Functions

ClientIoDevice *create(const QUrl &url, QObject *parent = nullptr)
bool isValid(const QUrl &url)
void registerType(const QString &id)

Static Public Members

QtROClientFactory *instance()
void qRegisterRemoteObjectsClient(const QString &id)

Detailed Description

A class holding information about client backends available on the Qt Remote Objects network

Member Function Documentation

ClientIoDevice *QtROClientFactory::create(const QUrl &url, QObject *parent = nullptr)

[static] QtROClientFactory *QtROClientFactory::instance()

bool QtROClientFactory::isValid(const QUrl &url)

void QtROClientFactory::registerType(const QString &id)

Related Non-Members

void qRegisterRemoteObjectsClient(const QString &id)

Registers the Remote Objects client id for the type T.

If you need a custom transport protocol for Qt Remote Objects, you need to register the client & server implementation here.

Note: This function requires that T is a fully defined type at the point where the function is called.

This example registers the class CustomClientIo as "myprotocol":

qRegisterRemoteObjectsClient<CustomClientIo>(QStringLiteral("myprotocol"));

With this in place, you can now instantiate nodes using this new custom protocol:

QRemoteObjectNode client(QUrl(QStringLiteral("myprotocol:registry")));

See also qRegisterRemoteObjectsServer.

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