[Seaside] ESUG SummerTalk - Fuel, binary object serializer
Mariano Martinez Peck
marianopeck at gmail.com
Wed Jun 1 20:44:05 UTC 2011
>> I am sure there are cases where a serializer could be used to
>> implement #=, but I have so far not seen it used.
>> I am looking at using Riak ( http://wiki.basho.com/ ) with Pharo. When
>> storing a “business object” you have two choices:
>> - Store a binary BLOB representing your object graph.
>> - Store the object graph as JSON data.
>> The last option essentially means you must do something similar to OR
>> mapping, so I would prefer the first option. With Riak, you will soon
>> be able to store additional indexed properties, which you later will
>> be able to query. So you store your whole business object as a BLOB,
>> together with those properties you need to query.
> Ok, I understand. So, we can provide something like this API:
> byteArray := FLSerializer serializeInMemory: myObject
> myRecoveredObject := FLMaterializer materializeFromByteArray: aByteArray
> would something like that help ?
New Fuel version 1.4 supports this.
Read the blog post:
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