Indigo supports basic networking via HTTP or WebSockets. You can also get a
rudimentary indication as to whether the local machine has an active network
indigo.platform.networking.Network.isOnline. Note, however,
that this will only indicate the presence of a local network and is not
necessarily an indication of internet connectivity, or the availability of an
Network calls and the game loop
Therefore, what we have is a side-effecting networking system inside Indigo which you communicate with via the normal event loop. If you want to send an HTTP request you emit a
GET(url, params, headers) event, and at the beginning of some future frame, hopefully you'll get an
HttpResponse(status, headers, body). WebSockets work in a similar way but are complicated by having more states.
For a complete list of network events, please head over the the events documentation.
The examples make use of buttons which you can find out about on the UI Components page.