Matt Clarke edited this page Apr 24, 2017 · 5 revisions

In a nutshell, provided you know the name of a class in one process, you can access it in another after setting up a connection between the two using Distributed Classes.

It builds upon Distributed Objects to transparently allow multiple processes to share classes as if they were native to each process. These processes need not be running on the same machine, and can scale across networks.

The API reference for public headers can be found here.


This project was created for my third year dissertation at the University of Nottingham.

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