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PHPRPC is a lightweight, secure, cross-domain, platform-independent, language-independent, envirment-independent, complex object supported, reference parameters supported, content redirecting supported, session supported, service-oriented, high performance remote procedure call protocol.
a simple json-rpc implementation in java. target is to support only json-rpc over http and therefore keep it simple. json-rpc is a lightweight rpc protocoll which uses json for messages. if you have questions or feddback you can ask by writing to chrigi at kerbtier dot ch documentation
New remote service implementation Based on apache mina and springframework remoteservice exporter Features Export remote service with usual POJO. Use mina NIO Socket Protocol for durable connection. Synchronize call at client. Failover mechanism when client disconnected.
The story: A new web service comes out. Developers are smart so they abstract away the web service into a client library for their language of choice. This happens for each web service and for each language. It might be fun to write one of these libraries the first time but gets to be very ... [More]
rpcfx is a remoting process call framework between most develop platforms.we can use id instead of web service.because some middle base types are predefineded, everyone could implement his/her one-side framework about his/her environment(os,language,target,application,e.g.). it isn't ... [More]
AS3 in Flash CS3 lacks support for rpc. This library is intended to fill the gap. First out is rudimentary support for WebService calls.
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]
A web service intended for storing data in secure way. The project is service-oriented and consists of several separate applications which in common provide access to user accounts and files via open protocols and standards: REST, WebDAV, HTTPS.