Hprose is a High Performance Remote Object Service Engine.
It is a modern, lightweight, cross-language, cross-platform, object-oriented, high performance, remote dynamic communication middleware. It is not only easy to use, but powerful. You just need a little time to learn, then you can use it to easily construct cross language cross platform distributed application system.
Hprose supports many programming languages, for example:
- AAuto Quicker
- Delphi/Free Pascal
- dotNET(C#, Visual Basic...)
Through Hprose, You can conveniently and efficiently intercommunicate between those programming languages.
- Google Chrome
- Apple Safari
- Mozilla Firefox
- Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0+
- Netscape 7+
- Apple Safari on iOS
- Google Chrome on iOS
- Google Chrome on Android
- Default Browser on Android
- Internet Explorer on Windows Phone
- Opera Mobile
- Default Browser on WebOS
- Default Browser on Blackberry
- Default Browser on N9 MeeGo
- Mozilla Firefox on N9 MeeGo
- *Default Browser on Symbian
- *Opera Mini
- *Pocket IE
Hybird app support
- ionic + cordova (http, tcp, websocket)
- Chrome extentions (http, tcp, websocket)
- APICloud (http, tcp*)
- DCloud (http)
- AppCan (http)
- DeviceOne (http)
- ... (http, websocket)
TCP is only available on iOS for APICloud, because there is a bug of APICloud Android SDK, and they don't want to fix this bug.
hprose.js in your html.
FlashHttpRequest.swf you can put it on anywhere, and then specify its load path by setting the
flashpath attribute in the
script tag. If you omit this attribute, the default path is current path.
If an error occurred on the server, or your service function/method throw an exception, it will be sent to the client. You need to pass an error callback function after succuss callback function to receive it. If you omit this callback function, the client will ignore the exception, like never happened.