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This video covers networking in the Godot game engine. First, we start off creating a simple UDP socket server and a client. We then illustrate the use of HTTPClient to make a REST web service request. We then create a simple ENet based client and server in Godot.How to create a networked lobby in Godot?
We then illustrate the use of HTTPClient to make a REST web service request. We then create a simple ENet based client and server in Godot. Finally, we create a simple lobby and networked game using GDScript keywords master, slave, sync, and remote.How does Godot work to manage who connects?
To manage who connects, Godot provides the following signals in SceneTree: The above signals are called on every peer connected to the server (including on the server) when a new peer connects or disconnects. Clients will connect with a unique ID greater than 1, while network peer ID 1 is always the server.Are there any high level features in Godot Engine?
As networking is always largely hardware and operating system dependent, however, some features may change or not be available on some target platforms. Most notably, the HTML5 platform currently only offers WebSocket support and lacks some of the higher level features as well as raw access to low-level protocols like TCP and UDP.