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TechDoc: OOP in JavaScript

July 11, 2011

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Introduction From my point of view – using Java, ActionScript 3 and C# – JavaScript is not an Object Oriented Programming language. You can not create explicit classes, explicitly define static variables and methods and the definition and instantiation of an Object is… …awkward. Base article Javascript and OOP – by Tim Scarfe: Creating “Classes” […]

TechDoc: Changing the Class Structure for the Auto Discovery Process

July 10, 2011

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Introduction HotForestGreen has an auto-detection process running to assure connections to be re-established when they are broken and new Servers to be found for the Data Streams when the old ones collapse, crash or die. Creation and refactoring phases Phase 1: Making it work This first model assumed we wanted to keep a list of […]

TechDoc: Moving towards multi-purpose Socket Servers

July 10, 2011

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Introduction The HotForestGreen base design started with Standard type Sockets. As support of as many different platforms (HTML, Flash, Java, Android, Windows, Mac, Linux) as possible is a requirement WebSockets were on the list for a long time. I started implementing them in the past days: the first week of July, 2011. Based on some […]

TechDoc: Different types of Socket connections

July 9, 2011

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Basis HotForestGreen uses a specific set of Socket connections with specific qualities for specific purposes. Overview WebSockets – For HTML Clients. Read more about them in: “Web Sockets and Web Clients“. Requires a specifif IP Address – To connect to a HotForestGreen Server, the WebSocket needs to connect to a Known Server on a Known Web Address […]

TechDoc: WebSockets and HTML based Web Clients

July 9, 2011

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Introduction There is more to HotForestGreen than Java, Flash and C#. As I started working on the (new) road map for this Framework in 2010, Web Sockets (and a simple integrated HTTP Web Server) became a very important part of it. Why WebSockets? There are several reasons for the implementation of Web Sockets: Allow for communication where […]

TechDoc: The Automated HotForestGreen Server Discovery Process in 3 steps

July 6, 2011

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Basics of auto-detection Any basic HotForestGreen Client does auto-detection when “switched on”. This Auto Detection scans the local network the Client is connected to (via the device it runs on and the network that device is connected to). It will automatically connect to an Application Cluster once it: Has found one or more Servers. Is […]

Update: July 5 – First tests with Remote Objects in the refactored code

July 5, 2011

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Summary Due to other priorities I wans not able to do much since June 19. Today I did two things: Test with synchronized Browsers – This test included the following elements: Synchronization of URLs – When one of the browsers navigates to another URL, all other browsers follow. Synchronization of scrolling – When one browser […]