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oTakhi Platform: Building Distributed Web Applications using Remote Procedure Calls

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The ability to perform Remote Procedure Calls (RPC) is the key enabler for supporting complex distributed web applications and games over our software object distribution framework, where multiple software agents in different roles can conduct business via diverse communication acts.

Unlike traditional RPC where a few developers dictate its design and consequently limiting the scope of distributed applications, our system allows any user to create his own RPC that can be executed by any remote host.  Essentially, it is server-mediated Peer-to-Peer Remote Procedure Calls.

A user initiates a call by specifying the software components to be pre-loaded from our repository, a remote script acting as application logics, its input parameters, and a short greeting.  Once it is executed with peer's permission, the result is immediately returned to the caller using Server Sent Event with near real-time performance.

Our RPC's workflow looks like this:

 

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Here is the tutorial video on how to set it up...

 

 

Visit https://www.otakhi.com/archive to see all our previous tutorial videos.

 

 

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