package haxe.remotingAvailable on all platforms
The Haxe Remoting Socket Protocol is composed of serialized string exchanges. Each string is prefixed with a 2-chars header encoding the string size (up to 4KB) and postfixed with the
\0message delimiting char.
A request string is composed of the following serialized values :
- the boolean true for a request
- an array of strings representing the object+method path
- an array of parameters
A response string is composed of the following serialized values :
- the boolean false for a response
- a serialized value representing the result
Exceptions are serialized with
serializeExceptionso they will be thrown immediately when they are unserialized.
dynamic decodeData (data:String):String
messageLength (c1:Int, c2:Int):Null<Int>
Available on cpp, cs, hl, java, lua, macro, neko, php, python
sendAnswer (answer:Dynamic, ?isException:Bool):Void
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