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DojoX RPC
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Version 1.0
Release date: 07/01/2007
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Project state:
yahoo.smd: production (but for old dojo.rpc, not the dojox.service.Rpc)
Service.js: beta - this will become dojo.rpc.Service eventually and replace
the existing rpc system
JsonRPC.js: beta - plugins for json-rpc for the rpc system
Rest.js: beta - plugin for REST style services for the rpc system
JsonRest.js: beta - A module for tracking and persisting changes to JSON objects
through REST.
OfflineRest.js: alpha - A module for storing REST changes locally as write-
back cache for offline and intermittent connection situations
ProxiedPath.js: beta - plugin for the PATH envelope to work with a simple PHP proxy
Client.js: alpha - A module for maintaining per page/tab client sessions and
deterministic message sequencing with a server.
SMDLibrary contains smd files representing external services.
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Project authors
Dustin Machi
Kris Zyp
Revin Guillen
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Project description
Extra utilities for use with dojo.rpc as well as additional smd descriptions
for specific services.
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Dependencies:
Dojo Core (package loader, dojo.rpc).
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Documentation
See RPC documentation at http://dojotoolkit.org/
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Installation instructions
Grab the following from the Dojo SVN Repository:
http://svn.dojotoolkit.org/var/src/dojo/dojox/trunk/rpc/*
Install into the following directory structure:
/dojox/rpc/
...which should be at the same level as your Dojo checkout.
The use of the actual utilities varies, but typically additional software
will be included with dojo.require() and smd files for services can be loaded
manually with an xhr request or can be provided by url to the service when created