Adobe AIR 2 example: UDP sockets with PyAMF and Twisted

The upcoming release of Adobe AIR will provide support for UDP sockets, allowing you to send and receive messages using the Universal Datagram Protocol (UDP).

We created an example, using Adobe AIR 2.0 and the PyAMF and Twisted libraries for Python, that echoes ByteArray messages every x seconds to a Twisted UDP server. The example application also enumerates available hardware and software network interfaces on the client computer using the new NetworkInfo API.

Read more in the tutorial.

screenshot of the example


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