The clone above is the last iteration of the wiki. It's missing some dynamic bits (like categories, cookbooks, etc), but is otherwise the same content.
It is definitely illuminating, but doesn't answer my question...
- as to how async-modes work, it was never documented. the only documentation are my async:// and Romano's atcp:// - as to why it works that way, it was probably a kludge; only Carl knows the details - if you want to learn your best bet is to build something with it, it will then fail in a weird way, and you'll spend a few weeks trying to figure out why it failed (hopefully the existing code will give you hints and it won't be that bad...); iterate that a few times and you'll have a general idea - I don't think I had much influence on the native side of R3, my contribution was mostly the HTTP scheme, which was incomplete because I was waiting for Carl to answer some questions and implement a couple things on the native side
Soon, I will have to code the server part of a Webservice in R2 (maybe r3). Is there any already library available to minimise the work?
I already use altjson.r and altwebform.r to access Webservice as client. I also have curl.r and rest-curl.r.
Maybe Chris has some advice to help me? ;-)
If you will consume a webservice using R2 as a client, remember that R2 cannot make requests to most of modern servers because of the SSL issues. >> read https://openssl.org connecting to: openssl.org ** Command Error: SSL Error: error:14077410:SSL routines:SSL23_GET_SERVER_HELLO:sslv3 alert handshake failure
So using cURL is a better option (or R3 or Red)
yes. but in my case, it will be the server!
QuarterMaster still works (R2), but I'm afraid other than a couple of examples, asking me is probably your best bet for documentation.