[Development] Review request for ArrayBuffer+WebSocket/XHR (a.k.a Introducing protobuf-qml)

Hausmann Simon Simon.Hausmann at theqtcompany.com
Fri Dec 18 14:56:26 CET 2015


I've started reviewing your series of patches. Excellent work! Thank you for contributing your changes back.

I also think that protobuf bindings would make a lot of sense to have in Qt itself. Is there any chance that you could

make it to the next Qt contributor summit and we have a chat about it there? :)


From: Development <development-bounces at qt-project.org> on behalf of Nobuaki Sukegawa <nsukeg at gmail.com>
Sent: Saturday, December 12, 2015 12:59
To: development at qt-project.org
Subject: [Development] Review request for ArrayBuffer+WebSocket/XHR (a.k.a Introducing protobuf-qml)

Hello Qt team and community,

Could anyone help me with reviews on ArrayBuffer support for QtWebSockets and QtQuick XMLHttpRequest ?


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While I believe these features are generally useful, let me share my motivation:

I've written Protocol Buffers / gRPC bindings for QtQuick2.

Main feature of this is to serialize schematized message objects to ArrayBuffer.

While it works fine for my need (plugging to proprietary RPC stack), I'd like to share this with others and see what they would do with this.

Unfortunately, currently ArrayBuffer is not that useful out of the box as is, so it's not going to be much of interest without these features.

You can find working examples of these patches here:



Best regards,

Nobuaki Sukegawa
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