Posts tagged with "protocol"
Based on your feedback on my last blog posts, I’ve implemented a first prototype of the RAP protocol. Here’s an update on the current state. Several functions are now implemented e.g. server side message creation, client side message processing, client side message creation and server side message processing. The cool thing about all this stuff [...]
In my last blog I talked about the messaging format which will be used for the RAP protocol messages. I told you that we plan to use JSON as the message format. So, the thing is that the blog ended in a little discussion about what are the benefits of using JSON instead of XML. [...]
In a previous blog I talked about the functionality that a RAP protocol message should provide. I also introduced you to the requirements of a message. A message should take care about the following tasks: Construction, Destruction, Synchronization, Eventlistener, Events, Methods and Scripting (look at this blog for more details). Additional a message should provide [...]
Last week I introduced you to the idea of a RAP protocol (bug 311355). This week I want to provide you with further information about how such a protocol can work. First of all we need to take a closer look on the current situation. RAP is divided into two parts. On the server side runs [...]
If you are using RAP [Remote Application Platform], we maybe share the same opinion about it. I think RAP is a damn cool technology. You can write your plain RCP code and just run it in a browser by switching your target and add some extensions. On the first look this is just like magic. But [...]