rpc服务框架目前主要有 thrift, grpc, dubbo, HSF等


git地址  :https://github.com/apache/thrift/tree/0.9.1

1. 接口定义 tutorial.thrift

include "shared.thrift" /** * Thrift files can namespace, package, or prefix their output in various * target languages. */ namespace cl tutorial namespace cpp tutorial namespace d tutorial namespace dart tutorial namespace java tutorial namespace php tutorial namespace perl tutorial namespace haxe tutorial namespace netcore tutorial namespace netstd tutorial /** * Thrift lets you do typedefs to get pretty names for your types. Standard * C style here. */ typedef i32 MyInteger /** * Thrift also lets you define constants for use across languages. Complex * types and structs are specified using JSON notation. */ const i32 INT32CONSTANT = 9853 const map<string,string> MAPCONSTANT = {'hello':'world', 'goodnight':'moon'} /** * You can define enums, which are just 32 bit integers. Values are optional * and start at 1 if not supplied, C style again. */ enum Operation { ADD = 1, SUBTRACT = 2, MULTIPLY = 3, DIVIDE = 4 } /** * Structs are the basic complex data structures. They are comprised of fields * which each have an integer identifier, a type, a symbolic name, and an * optional default value. * * Fields can be declared "optional", which ensures they will not be included * in the serialized output if they aren't set. Note that this requires some * manual management in some languages. */ struct Work { 1: i32 num1 = 0, 2: i32 num2, 3: Operation op, 4: optional string comment, } /** * Structs can also be exceptions, if they are nasty. */ exception InvalidOperation { 1: i32 whatOp, 2: string why } /** * Ahh, now onto the cool part, defining a service. Services just need a name * and can optionally inherit from another service using the extends keyword. */ service Calculator extends shared.SharedService { /** * A method definition looks like C code. It has a return type, arguments, * and optionally a list of exceptions that it may throw. Note that argument * lists and exception lists are specified using the exact same syntax as * field lists in struct or exception definitions. */ void ping(), i32 add(1:i32 num1, 2:i32 num2), i32 calculate(1:i32 logid, 2:Work w) throws (1:InvalidOperation ouch), /** * This method has a oneway modifier. That means the client only makes * a request and does not listen for any response at all. Oneway methods * must be void. */ oneway void zip() }