Welcome to Apache Etch is a cross-platform, language- and transport-independent framework for building and consuming network services. The latest version, Etch 1.4.0, introduces improvements
for C++ binding.
The Etch toolset includes a network service description language, a compiler, and binding libraries for a variety of programming languages. Etch is also transport-independent, allowing for a variety of different transports to be used based on need and circumstance.
The goal of Etch is to make it simple to define small, focused services that can be easily accessed, combined, and deployed in a similar manner. With Etch, service development and consumption can become no more difficult than library development and consumption.
Etch was created to have a way to write a concise, formal description of the message exchange between a client and a server, with that message exchange supporting a hefty set of requirements.
- support of one-way and two-way, real-time communication
- high performance and scalability
- supports clients and servers written in different languages
- support clients/servers running in a wide range of contexts (such as thin web client, embedded device, PC application, or server)
- supports anyone adding new language bindings and new transports
- is fast and small, while still being flexible enough to satisfy requirements
- is easy to use for developers both implementing and/or consuming the service.Read more: http://https://etch.apache.org
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