Re: Java to JavaScript RMI framework available.

2014-01-02 Thread Johan Compagner
does it also do the other way around?
So also having the endpoint on the server that has methods that can be
called from javascript in a very easy way?



On 31 December 2013 01:55, Igor Urisman igor.uris...@gmail.com wrote:

 Folks,

 I needed to write this for something I am working on and thought there
 might be a wider audience for it.
 Tomcat 8 supports standard compliant Websockets, which provide convenient
 asynchronous full-duplex
 server to client data transport. The framework I am offering builds on top
 of that a feature rich remote
 method invocation paradigm.  Please check it out.

 https://github.com/iurisman/FERMI
 Apache 2.0 license.

 Happy coding.
 Igor.




-- 
Johan Compagner
Servoy


Re: Java to JavaScript RMI framework available.

2014-01-02 Thread Igor Urisman
Johan,


On Thu, Jan 2, 2014 at 1:25 AM, Johan Compagner jcompag...@servoy.comwrote:

 does it also do the other way around?
 So also having the endpoint on the server that has methods that can be
 called from javascript in a very easy way?


 It doesn't. There is already a mechanism that sits above simple message
passing, for calling into
the server: XMLHttpRequest, aka AJAX.  Competing with that would have taken
more thought and
effort that so far I have been able to put into FERMI. I imagine that if
this gets some acceptance,
offering a fully symmetric RMI may become a viable idea.  Not on the
immediate roadmap, though.
-Igor.



 On 31 December 2013 01:55, Igor Urisman igor.uris...@gmail.com wrote:

  Folks,
 
  I needed to write this for something I am working on and thought there
  might be a wider audience for it.
  Tomcat 8 supports standard compliant Websockets, which provide convenient
  asynchronous full-duplex
  server to client data transport. The framework I am offering builds on
 top
  of that a feature rich remote
  method invocation paradigm.  Please check it out.
 
  https://github.com/iurisman/FERMI
  Apache 2.0 license.
 
  Happy coding.
  Igor.
 



 --
 Johan Compagner
 Servoy



RE: Java to JavaScript RMI framework available.

2014-01-02 Thread Martin Gainty
Johann-
 
If your design supports Comet, Polling or Piggyback you *may* to take a look at 
Joe Walker's DWR..(Direct Web Remoting)

http://directwebremoting.org/dwr/index.html

*Mit freundlichen grüßen*
Martin --


  



 Date: Thu, 2 Jan 2014 15:54:01 -0800
 Subject: Re: Java to JavaScript RMI framework available.
 From: igor.uris...@gmail.com
 To: users@tomcat.apache.org
 
 Johan,
 
 
 On Thu, Jan 2, 2014 at 1:25 AM, Johan Compagner jcompag...@servoy.comwrote:
 
  does it also do the other way around?
  So also having the endpoint on the server that has methods that can be
  called from javascript in a very easy way?
 
 
  It doesn't. There is already a mechanism that sits above simple message
 passing, for calling into
 the server: XMLHttpRequest, aka AJAX. Competing with that would have taken
 more thought and
 effort that so far I have been able to put into FERMI. I imagine that if
 this gets some acceptance,
 offering a fully symmetric RMI may become a viable idea. Not on the
 immediate roadmap, though.
 -Igor.
 
 
 
  On 31 December 2013 01:55, Igor Urisman igor.uris...@gmail.com wrote:
 
   Folks,
  
   I needed to write this for something I am working on and thought there
   might be a wider audience for it.
   Tomcat 8 supports standard compliant Websockets, which provide convenient
   asynchronous full-duplex
   server to client data transport. The framework I am offering builds on
  top
   of that a feature rich remote
   method invocation paradigm. Please check it out.
  
   https://github.com/iurisman/FERMI
   Apache 2.0 license.
  
   Happy coding.
   Igor.
  
 
 
 
  --
  Johan Compagner
  Servoy
 
  

Re: Java to JavaScript RMI framework available.

2013-12-31 Thread Leon Rosenberg
Hello Igor,

this looks really promising, I will take a deeper look in next year ;-)

Btw, Happy New Year to Everyone ;-)

Leon


On Tue, Dec 31, 2013 at 1:55 AM, Igor Urisman igor.uris...@gmail.comwrote:

 Folks,

 I needed to write this for something I am working on and thought there
 might be a wider audience for it.
 Tomcat 8 supports standard compliant Websockets, which provide convenient
 asynchronous full-duplex
 server to client data transport. The framework I am offering builds on top
 of that a feature rich remote
 method invocation paradigm.  Please check it out.

 https://github.com/iurisman/FERMI
 Apache 2.0 license.

 Happy coding.
 Igor.