Thank you for this hint, Lee!
However… as so often with examples from SV, they are … hmmm, I better do not elaborate.
After installing I found this QuickSocket example and yes, it compiles.
It even runs!
You look at the program, get the impression that this is a rudimentary Chat-App, so you start the first instance as a server, then run a second instance as a client.
Okay so far.
You type some “Hello World” kind of stuff into one of the both instances.
I mean, its a chat program. But this “Hello World” (or “blabla” for the intellecuatly challenged like me) never appears on ‘the other side’. Until you click on that friggin’ window and put the focus on it.
But thats not the way how chat programs work!
Does no one ever test the demo apps before thy deliver?
We all know other vendors, who are able to produce demo apps, which are thought through and through.
Please be assured that this rant is not against you. But since you mentioned this example…