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Hmm-parsing the json responses is time consuming and tedious......haha.
Some of the RPC responses seem to be overly verbose messages.
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Hmm-parsing the json responses is time consuming and tedious......haha.
Some of the RPC responses seem to be overly verbose messages.
That's Web 2.0. No byte packing, no offsets and its all strings. Its only tedious if you do it manually. The libraries do all the transformations for you. Now you know why we have "Big Data". lol

With endless memory, cpu cores, and unlimited bandwidth it doesn't matter more.
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That's Web 2.0. No byte packing, no offsets and its all strings. Its only tedious if you do it manually. The libraries do all the transformations for you. Now you know why we have "Big Data". lol

With endless memory, cpu cores, and unlimited bandwidth it doesn't matter more.
"Unlimited bandwidth".. Hmmm, does that come with a Tablo? Maybe I'll buy one after all . . .

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"Unlimited bandwidth".. Hmmm, does that come with a Tablo? Maybe I'll buy one after all . . .
LOL. No. But bandwidth within your house is.... The video streams are binary. So that will save a few bytes.
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That's Web 2.0. No byte packing, no offsets and its all strings. Its only tedious if you do it manually. The libraries do all the transformations for you. Now you know why we have "Big Data". lol

With endless memory, cpu cores, and unlimited bandwidth it doesn't matter more.
True it does beat byte packed buffer parsing. Anyhow-I need to learn how to use the json boost spirit library [C++ aka a real programming language ] to decode the json response string messages from the device.

I forgot to ask: are ObjectID's unique across all types or only within object types? I assume unique globally across the system? In other words, is it true that the objectID uniquely identifies an object regardless of type or context?

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True it does beat byte packed buffer parsing. Anyhow-I need to learn how to use the json boost spirit library [C++ aka a real programming language ] to decode the json response string messages from the device.
Check out AutoBahn for C++. It will save you a lot of time as it handles the entire WAMP stack.

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I forgot to ask: are ObjectID's unique across all types or only within object types? I assume unique globally across the system? In other words, is it true that the objectID uniquely identifies an object regardless of type or context?
Yep. As far I can see the objectID's are unique across the board.
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