How can I...?

Other ways of using Kamaelia

This section contains a number of examples in a number of different application areas. These are all included in the Kamaelia distribution, but are provided here for convenience. See also the documentation in the older structure.

Last Editted: Patrick, 03 Aug 2007

Linking components together

Build TCP Based Clients and Servers

Build Multicast Based Clients and Servers

Create UDP Based Systems

Build tools for System Visualisation and Introspection

Build Multimedia Applications

Working with Open GL

Coming soon! (open GL examples already in subversion here)

Write Games

Work with Audio and Video

Working with HTTP

  • HTTPServer - How can I integrate a web server into my system? This is a relatively low level component, but does form a base for doing lots of interesting things.
  • HTTPClient - How can I integrate a web client into my system? How can I deal with RSS feeds?

Working with BitTorrent

Working with AIM

Working with IRC

Cookbook: Working with DVB

See also Kamaelia Macro
  • TransportStreamCapture - how can I capture an entire transport stream? (a DVB multiplex puts multiple channels inside a transport stream)
  • TransportStreamDemuxer - how can I work with multiple channels from a transport stream? (yes, you can deal with more than one at a time easily :)
  • SingleChannelTransportStreamCapture - How can I work with a single channel from a transport stream?
  • RecordNamedChannel - Numbers numbers numbers! I want to record BBC ONE! How can I use named channels ?
  • PersonalVideoRecorder - How can I record named programmes from a specific channel? (without even specifying the time ? :-)
The DVB Component documentation also contains extensive examples

As an aside, I don't think the rounded boxes idea here was working very well. In theory it was nice, but the actual resulting layout sucked in practice. As a result I've reverted to something more traditional. If anyone has a better idea, please change to that :-) -- Michael, 10 Feb 2007


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