This example provides an reconnecting network stream class that can be used to create applications that communicate over the network.
The Stream.lvclass implements an asynchronous daemon that handles the two way connection of a network stream. The daemon is spawned dynamically when you create a stream and you enqueue messages to the outgoing queue that the daemon needs to send over the network. The messages that are transmitted back are read by the daemon and enqueued locally in the incoming queue.
IP with context is required because network streams connect to endpoints in executables based on the executables context (the name of the executable).