Sewy - is lightweight library for protocol-based communications over network.
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README.md

Sew'y [səʊi]

What is it?

The lightweight network library providing client-server communications that could be described with commands.

Why another network library?

  1. other protocol-based network libraries are old (in e. kryonet)
  2. or they are heavy and very overloaded

How to use?

Simple ECHO server

  1. Describe ECHOed client listener

380dd5f8b0/src/test/java/me/bvn13/sewy/EchoClientListener.java (L24-L40)

  1. Create Server
new Server("192.168.0.153", port, EchoClientListener.class);

  1. Create Client to communicate with server
Client<SimpleClientListener> client = new Client<>("192.168.0.153", port, SimpleClientListener.class);
  1. Send raw data and read the response
client.writeLine("hello");
String response1 = client.readLine();
Assertions.assertEquals("hello", response1);

Command-based client listener

  1. Implement commands inheriting from AbstractCommand
  2. Register all commands as white listed
Sewy.register(PingCommand.class);
Sewy.register(PongCommand.class);
  1. Start server with CommandClientListener implementing response creation logic
CommandServer server = new CommandServer("localhost", port, (socket) -> new CommandClientListener(socket) {
    @Override
    public AbstractCommand onCommand(AbstractCommand command) {
        if (command instanceof PingCommand) {
            return new PongCommand((PingCommand) command);
        }
        throw new IllegalArgumentException(command.toString());
    }
});
  1. Start client to send commands to server
AtomicLong latency = new AtomicLong(0);
CommandClient client = new CommandClient("localhost", port, (socket) -> new CommandClientListener(socket) {
    @Override
    public AbstractCommand onCommand(AbstractCommand command) {
        if (command instanceof PongCommand) {
            latency.set(((PongCommand)command).getLatency());
            return null;
        } else {
            throw new IllegalArgumentException(command.toString());
        }
    }
});
client.send(new PingCommand());
Thread.sleep(1000);
Assertions.assertTrue(latency.get() > 0);