Monday, September 23, 2013

Android: Fast Communication with .NET Using Protocol Buffers


One of challenges in the interprocess communication when communicating across platforms (e.g. between Android and .NET) is how to encode (serialize) messages so that they can be understood by both platforms. Default binary serializers provided by platforms are not compatible and so the common solution is to encode messages into some text format e.g. XML or JSON. This can be perfectly ok in many cases but for applications with high performance expectations using the text format may not be an optimal solution.


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