Tuesday, February 25, 2014

RemoteLogging without RPC


We distribute our mobile application as a GWT mobile web application and as PhoneGap-wrapped native apps. We update our mobile web application on a daily base, and - based on it - create once per month a new version of the PhoneGap native apps.

We like to use GWT Remote Logging (http://www.gwtproject.org/doc/latest/DevGuideLogging.html#Remote_Logging) but I fail to see how this can work with the PhoneGap app. The PhoneGap app should log to the same end point like the mobile web app. Whenever we update the mobile web app, the calls from the PhoneGap app can't be deserialized at the server side because the versions don't match any longer.

What's the best approach for Remote Logging in a GWT-PhoneGap app? Are there ways to use REST calls instead of RPC calls? Any libraries out there?

Many thanks!


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