On Tuesday, May 30, 2017 at 11:18:30 AM UTC-7, Alex TS wrote: > > Hey everyone, > I'm quite new to Protocol Buffers and don't really have a background on > the theme, so pardon me if this sounds absurd or if this is not the right > forum. > > With that out of the way, if I'd like to transfer say, a method, from the > server to execute on the client. Is that possible at all using the `bytes` > type or something similar? > > The issue being that in an ideal world I'd like to run a method on the > server with the arguments provided by the client and get it back resolved > for injection. > > As a silly example, something like this, in JS: > > *ServiceX* > const privateMethod = (x) => x * x > const publicMethod = (elementId, y) => document.getElementById(elementId). > innerHTML(privateMethod(y)) > > > *ClientY* > server.publicMethod("root", 3) > > > Is it possible to transfer the `publicMethod` itself from the server for a > later execution triggered by the client and having the side effects also on > the client? My idea here being basically to be able to create an > application in one service in an isolated way and inject it on another > service that doesn't have to know any details of its implementation details. > > Thanks for your help! >
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