Boost C++ Libraries

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Chapter 1. Boost.Beast

Vinnie Falco

Distributed under the Boost Software License, Version 1.0. (See accompanying file LICENSE_1_0.txt or copy at http://www.boost.org/LICENSE_1_0.txt)

Table of Contents

Reference
Release Notes
Introduction
Requirements
Reporting Bugs
Credits
Quick Look
Simple HTTP Client 💡
Simple WebSocket Client 💡
Security Review (Bishop Fox) 🎦
WebSocket (Autobahn|Testsuite)
Examples
Clients
Servers
Servers (Advanced)
Chat Server 🎦
Networking
Refresher
Streams
Timeouts 💡
Rate Limiting 💡
Layered Streams
Counted Stream 💡
Buffer Types
Files
Writing Composed Operations
Echo 💡
Detect SSL 💡
HTTP
Protocol Primer
Message Containers
Message Stream Operations
Serializer Stream Operations
Parser Stream Operations
Incremental Read 💡
Buffer-Oriented Serializing
Write To std::ostream 💡
Buffer-Oriented Parsing
Read From std::istream 💡
Chunked Encoding
Custom Body Types
File Body 💡
Custom Parsers
HTTP Examples
Change Body Type 💡
Expect 100-continue (Client) 💡
Expect 100-continue (Server) 💡
HEAD request (Client) 💡
HEAD response (Server) 💡
HTTP Relay 💡
Send Child Process Output 💡
WebSocket
Connecting
Handshaking
Decorator
Messages
Control Frames
Timeouts
Teardown
Notes
Concepts
Body
BodyReader
BodyWriter
BufferSequence
DynamicBuffer
Fields
FieldsWriter
File
RatePolicy
Streams
Design Choices
HTTP Message Container 🎦
HTTP Comparison to Other Libraries
Comparison to Zaphoyd Studios WebSocket++
FAQ
Release Notes (Moved)
Reference (Moved)
Index

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Last revised: May 24, 2019 at 17:06:57 GMT


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