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This post introduces a new Java actor based open source sub-project of the project "Learning Actors in Java". This work will develop a premises guardian system. A premises guardian system is a distributed application whose purpose is to support the physical protection of premises such as office buildings, campuses, apartment complexes, shopping malls, etc. Protecting information...
on Nov 20, 2013
Remote systems cannot be ignored. They are the heart of actor programming. The ability of an actor application to smoothly scale out geographically is a tremendous advantage in meeting the challenges of growth. Today we will learn the basics of setting up for remote interaction between actors. If you wish to set up to try coding a set of remote actor systems and do not as yet have a...
on Nov 10, 2013
Introduction Configuration of an actor system affects the way in which the Akka actor libraries and microkernel interact with actors. The visibility of a configuration is limited to the specific actor system with which the configuration has been associated. The effective configuration for any given actor system is a merger of three sources. In Fig. 1 below the precedence of...
on Oct 30, 2013
Introduction This week I am presenting a coding of a simple two actor application designed to show actor creation, message passing, and actor termination. This application is called the "Fortune Cookie Application". It is the next state of the art beyond the HelloWorld program. Despite its simplicity this application shows the elements that every actor application uses. What We Will Be...
on Oct 22, 2013