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Wednesday, September 23 • 9:00am - 10:00am
On C++, Javascript and WebSockets

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Session presents Open Service Platform (OSP) - an application server engine inspired by OSGi, consisting of C++ and JavaScript runtime environments; OSP is based on the POCO C++ Libraries, with embedded Google V8 JavaScript engine.

A brief overview of the application server and underlying technologies will be given, followed by dissection of the most interesting implementation details - C++-to-JavaScript bridging mechanism and WebSocket-based messaging mechanism for transparent intra- and inter-process scalable communications. The language bridging mechanism exposes the C++ classes to JavaScript code without a need for manually written glue code or separate IDL constructs for interfaces. The messaging mechanism provides a unified, event-based interface for the in-process entities as well as those reachable over the network - be it TCP/HTTP server or a web browser.

Key design aspects, advantages, as well as trade-offs will be examined; a live example demonstrating key technologies in action will be presented.

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Alex Fabijanic

Alex is the POCO (C++ POrtable COmponents, http://pocoproject.org) Project Lead and ISO/IEEE Computer Society Certified Software Development Professional. Alex has been a professional programmer since 1992, using C and C++ since 1998. He earned a master's degree in Mechanical Engineering from Faculty of Engineering (University of Rijeka, Croatia) and a master's degree in Software Engineering from Citadel Graduate College in Charleston, South... Read More →


Wednesday September 23, 2015 9:00am - 10:00am
Noether (408) Meydenbauer Center

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