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What is itSoTinyRPC is made to be as minimal as possible RPC implementation for HTTP based servers and clients. It also tries to solve all of headaches that some other RPCs were giving me. SamplesExampleHighScoresList NumbersStringsArraysExample (try it interactively online) - you can see how easy ... [More]
Pronounced - NEW - MUH - RULL. It COULD be used for a C based map-reduce library. But not yet. This code is not yet used in NewsCup, which is building this code to provide scalability to its server platform. By using HTTP, the intention is for RPC to work across heterogeneous platforms, in as ... [More]
(Esperanto business services) Framework aimed to make a java method "callable" by different situations providing the same parameters in different forms and receiving the same results in a specific form. So you can invoke the method composing the parameters values using HTTP parameters or ... [More]
LightRPC is meant to be extreamly light, portable and easy to use. It currently supports only HTTP and JSON, but can be extended to support almost any format or protocol. It can be used instead of SOAP, EJB, RMI or other RPC formats, that need to run through firewalls. LightRPC is currently ... [More]
jsonrpc4j - JSON-RPC for JavaThis project aims to provide the facility to easily implement JSON-RPC for the java programming language. At the heart of jsonrpc4j is JsonEngine. JsonEngine is used to convert java objects to and from json objects (and other things related to JSON-RPC). JsonEngine is ... [More]
Riposte is developed to utilize Three Rings Design's Narya ObjectInputStream and ObjectOutputStream over a stateless HTTP connection rather than through the presents TCP always-on connection. It was also designed to utilize GWT services in a Java server so that all GWT service calls can be ... [More]
This is a simple, easily extendible soap library that provides several useful tools for creating, publishing and consuming soap web services in python.