Apache Thrift is a language-independent, lightweight software stack which has an associated code for generating mechanisms for RPC. Apache Thrift provides a clean abstraction for data serialization, data transport, and processing at the application level. Thrift was originally developed by the Facebook development team and is currently managed by Apache.
Appventurez is a well know brand for providing innovative applications which have cross-platform compatibility using Apache Thrift. Appventures is a leading Apache Thrift development company which provide solutions and support for cross-language for polyglot code system.
Appventurez has a team of renowned Apache Thrift developers for managing cross-platform object serialization and deserialization.
We provide services and support for multiple protocols, i.e the same service can be communicated by using XML, JSON or even binary protocol.
Our team is highly experienced in generating consistent and bug-free client as well as server interface.
We use Apache Thrift applications for allowing third-party team support and soft versioning to make RPC calls whenever required.
A light on some unique features and API architecture of Apache Thrift which highlights its potential and need.
Apache Thrift provides support for multiple programming languages ranging from JVM languages to .Net languages and from C++ to Ruby.
Apache Thrift provides support for TCompactProtocol, TBinaryProtocol, TDenseProtocol, TDebugProtocol, TSimpleJSONProtocol and TJSONProtocol.
Apache thrift provides support for plug-in-serialization and as well as interface evolution.
The RPC servers of Apache Thrift are light-weight, fast and a smaller footprint as compared to most of the web application server which makes it compatible for many embedded systems. Some of the servers Thrifts provides are TThreadPoolServer, TNonblockingServer, TSimpleServer.
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