(Re-)Introducing autobahn-java

#1

I am pleased to announce the first official release of autobahn-java in a long time. This release implements WAMPv2. The implementation is based on top of Netty’ websockets. We will be actively working on more features as there are many gaps that we will be filling in the coming weeks/months.

Android support is still not there, while we have had luck running the Netty based implementation on Android phones, we do not recommend using this on the Android platform. We will be working on a release for Android based on our own websocket implementation though we don’t have any concrete dates for that.

The docs are hosted here: https://crossbario.github.io/autobahn-java-docs

The project is hosted at: https://github.com/crossbario/autobahn-java

Feel free to report any issues that you encounter or feature requests that you may have.

Thanks!

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#2

Hi Omer,

I checked the sources and android examples you posted. There are functional examples on pure websockets which I could successfully test. What is lacking for us, is an android example containing a WAMPv2 client (at least with minimal functionality). We want to use the new autobahn library on our lab-mobiles against a server equipped with Jawampa.

Thanks in advance for your feedback & hints.

Cheers

Tunç

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On Monday, September 4, 2017 at 1:44:55 PM UTC+2, Omer Akram wrote:

I am pleased to announce the first official release of autobahn-java in a long time. This release implements WAMPv2. The implementation is based on top of Netty’ websockets. We will be actively working on more features as there are many gaps that we will be filling in the coming weeks/months.

Android support is still not there, while we have had luck running the Netty based implementation on Android phones, we do not recommend using this on the Android platform. We will be working on a release for Android based on our own websocket implementation though we don’t have any concrete dates for that.

The docs are hosted here: https://crossbario.github.io/autobahn-java-docs

The project is hosted at: https://github.com/crossbario/autobahn-java

Feel free to report any issues that you encounter or feature requests that you may have.

Thanks!

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#3

Hi!

As mentioned in the initial announcement, we have not yet released WAMPv2 support for Android. That is currently in progress and is expected to land very soon. Though a new release with that support could be a few weeks away. Relevant pull request: https://github.com/crossbario/autobahn-java/pull/277

On a side note, if you really feel like it, you can use look at Netty examples on Android, they should work but only for testing purposes as we do not support our Netty impl on Android officially.

Thanks!

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On Thursday, September 7, 2017 at 3:48:02 PM UTC+5, tunch...@gmail.com wrote:

Hi Omer,

I checked the sources and android examples you posted. There are functional examples on pure websockets which I could successfully test. What is lacking for us, is an android example containing a WAMPv2 client (at least with minimal functionality). We want to use the new autobahn library on our lab-mobiles against a server equipped with Jawampa.

Thanks in advance for your feedback & hints.

Cheers

Tunç

On Monday, September 4, 2017 at 1:44:55 PM UTC+2, Omer Akram wrote:

I am pleased to announce the first official release of autobahn-java in a long time. This release implements WAMPv2. The implementation is based on top of Netty’ websockets. We will be actively working on more features as there are many gaps that we will be filling in the coming weeks/months.

Android support is still not there, while we have had luck running the Netty based implementation on Android phones, we do not recommend using this on the Android platform. We will be working on a release for Android based on our own websocket implementation though we don’t have any concrete dates for that.

The docs are hosted here: https://crossbario.github.io/autobahn-java-docs

The project is hosted at: https://github.com/crossbario/autobahn-java

Feel free to report any issues that you encounter or feature requests that you may have.

Thanks!

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