From: Brian Davis (bitminer_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-07-25 08:27:16
On Fri, Jul 25, 2008 at 12:31 AM, Gregory Dai <gregory.dai_at_[hidden]> wrote:
> Anyone tried building a web service client based on existing boost library
> components such as asio? Like to share, or brag :-) about your experience?
The answer here for me is no, but... I did look at the architecture coupled
with the new boost::iostreams library so here is what I basically asked at
BostCon 2008 during the ASIO presentation.
Would it make sense to use ASIO and boost iostreams (filters) to make a
communications foundations layer which would provide the following:
iostreams library has the concept of filters which could provide
transformations on data. I also looked into creating stream operators like
std::endl (an example) to preform actions on the stream. These are just my
thoughts for what they are worth.
> A web service server is probably more involved. Doing a client should be a
> nice first step, and helps build a common foundation forward.
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