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Which Programming languages is supported by Thrift?

 
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I'd like to know if Apache Thrift supports Java,C# and ruby languages?
 
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I never used before, but I think it is support for few languages.

From book review:

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Thrift-based distributed software systems are built out of communicating components that use different languages, protocols, and message types. Sitting between them is Thrift, which handles data serialization, transport, and service implementation. Thrift supports many client and server environments and a host of languages ranging from PHP to JavaScript, and from C++ to Go.

 
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Randy Tong wrote:I never used before, but I think it is support for few languages.

From book review:

About the Technology
Thrift-based distributed software systems are built out of communicating components that use different languages, protocols, and message types. Sitting between them is Thrift, which handles data serialization, transport, and service implementation. Thrift supports many client and server environments and a host of languages ranging from PHP to JavaScript, and from C++ to Go.


Randy Tong,
           Thank you very much! Now I know I can use programming languages I'm used to. 😊
 
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