RPCfy

RPCfy upgrades your normal java interface to be capable of doing RPC (Remote Procedure Call)

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Imagine a sample interface IEchoService and its implementation EchoService

RPCfy allows to expose this service as an RPC enabled interface, so that a client can call this interface echoService.echo(“”) from anywhere, like a remote system.

With RPCfy, the above interface gets these additional capability

All you have to do is annotate the interface using @RPCfy

@RPCfy
public interface IEchoService {
    ...
}

At the client side

MessageSender<String> clientMessageSender;//You provide the transport

JsonRPCMessageHandler messageHandler = new JsonRPCMessageHandler(clientMessageSender);
IEchoService echoService = new IEchoService_JsonRpcProxy(messageHandler);

//When you receive messages from server, pass it to messageHandler
messageHandler.onMessage(messageFromServer);

At the service side

MessageSender<String> serverMessageSender;//You provide the transpor
JsonRPCMessageHandler messageHandler = new JsonRPCMessageHandler(serverMessageSender);

IEchoService yourService = new EchoService(); //Your service implementation
messageHandler.registerStub(new IEchoService_JsonRpcStub(messageHandler, yourService));

//When you receive messages from client, pass it to messageHandler
messageHandler.onMessage(messageFromServer);

That’s it!

Getting RPCfy

Gradle dependency

dependencies {
    implementation 'com.josesamuel:rpcfy-annotations:1.0.14'
    annotationProcessor 'com.josesamuel:rpcfy:1.0.14'
}

License

Copyright 2019 Joseph Samuel

Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
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