"Concept Application Server and GyroGears an open source system to build cloud solutions" by Eduard Suica @ eLiberatica 2009
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"Concept Application Server and GyroGears an open source system to build cloud solutions" by Eduard Suica @ eLiberatica 2009 "Concept Application Server and GyroGears an open source system to build cloud solutions" by Eduard Suica @ eLiberatica 2009 Presentation Transcript

  • Concept Application Server(CAS) and GyroGears Eduard Șuică www.radgs.com eduard (a) radgs.com
  • A traditional application server • Often http-based (http requests) • Unidirectional, because of the http protocol: only the client makes requests, server events being emulated (e.g.: by using timers) • Caries the business logic in multi-tier architecture (this we will keep)
  • Concept Application Server • concept:// based • The concept:// protocol is bidirectional, enabling real time server events • Caries the business logic in multi-tier architecture • Also, can handle http://-based applications as a feature not as a purpose • Cross-platform, open source, interoperable
  • Concept Application Server – System architecture CAL= Concept Assembly Language
  • Interface level • CAS exchanges messages with Concept Client • Messages run from client to server and from server to client, similar to win32 messages • concept:// is secured • CAS is powered by Concept Programming Language (with hundreds of classes and thousands of helper functions)
  • Concept Programming Language • Strict object-oriented • Traditional syntax, similar with Java, C#, C++ • Hybrid interpreter/virtual machine • Produces binary code OS-independent • Exceptions, properties and all the typical things you’re used with • Rich framework • Has debugger and on-line IDE called CIDE (open source), written in Concept
  • How does CIDE look ?
  • Design view - glade
  • Remember, it’s on-line • After installing CAS on your system, you just type in your browser: concept://localhost/CIDE/cide.con
  • concept://…/CIDE • Comes with tools like – Design view with glade – Syntax highlight and code completion with scintilla – Team chat – SQL Panel – Integrated framework help – a deployment system – Integrated debugger and web-debugger
  • The internal messaging system • CAS has an internal messaging system that allows a web application to communicate in real time with a concept:// application • This is useful when we have a front-end traditional web application and a backend concept:// application. (for example orders from a website).
  • Security • Managed by an RSA/AES system, similar to TLS • In about two months will switch to TLS
  • GyroGears • Automatically generate the application, the framework and the CIDE project • Builds an abstract data layer (no direct access to the database is needed) • Dramatically reduces the development time for cloud data-driven applications • Reduces the bug probability • Generates optimal code
  • GyroGears (cont) • Handles complex data types like multimedia (video/audio streaming) • Automatically generates reports • Automatically writes the help pages based on language templates • Can be installed for free but not open source(yet) • Generates XML export/import interfaces • Can create both concept:// and http:// applications
  • A sample application • 20 min
  • A sample http:// application By using GyroGears you can create complex http://-based application in no time. For this sample, about 10 to 14 hours of work were needed, mostly for the UI.
  • How it works • The developer defines the entities and properties (similar to tables and columns), but more high level. Some data types are: – multimedia – can keep and stream video/audio – picture – can keep pictures, resize them, cache various sizes – string types – relations
  • How it works (cont.) • The developer defines the behavior and restriction for a given data type • Define the search fields, the indexed data (indexes are built using Xapian or Lucene) • Generate advanced reports using an XML-style language • Define basic activities and workflows • Generate the CIDE project
  • GyroGears will generate • The entire cloud application (concept:// and/or http://) • Normalizing queues for videos • Indexing queues for text • The help pages for your application (in English, for any other language, you can create a template) • Language tables (XML, for multi-lingual support) • Reports • XML schemas for export/import and “translation” scripts for importing from other applications • Framework for traditional development (if necessary)
  • The Gyro-generated framework • Additional layer for accessing the database (an abstract layer) • Low bug probability • Minimizes the development time (if used as an independent library) • With many methods for accessing data, eg: var []result=Company::GetByName(“RadGs”);
  • Fun things • In Concept is easy to write virtually anything. • For example, a browser using the webkit-gtk library. • Or a PDF reader using the included poppler library, or maybe a video database using ffmpeg … • All is included in the Concept distribution, you just need to play !
  • Concept WKB(webkit browser)
  • Thank you, kind developers!