Adaptive Framework 0.9.0


In Adaptive Framework, functions are naturally exposed to the outside world as C library functions, which can be dynamically linked to an application or a library by linking them at compile time.

However, in some cases, it is desirable to expose a function to the outside world in another language that may be more convenient to write in. We make this possible by providing a HTTP-based interface to invoking function calls and using an appropriate language library to implement this call. This allows us to call Adaptive Functions in languages such as Javascript, Python, PHP or Perl.

At this time, the language bindings do not link directly to the shared libraries that contain the functions. Instead, they may use the HTTP-based interface, or the local command-line interface to invoke the functions. This allows us to use the same interface for all languages.