Smart Proxy example and documentation
It would be nice to have an example to learn how to write its own smart proxies. Also it would be nice to have a programming documentation. So no reverse engeneering will be necessary to write your own smart proxy.
This would be great to open community base smart proxies.
#1 Updated by Lukas Zapletal over 7 years ago
- Tracker changed from Feature to Support
- Status changed from New to Resolved
we have it.
You never need to reverse engineer, our codebase is open source and available :-)
I am closing this, feel free to reopen or file another bug if you find a bug there. Or better, make the necessary changes there.
#2 Updated by Christian Meißner over 7 years ago
Shame to hear that you think so. I mean it would be nice to have a developer documentation as a starting point to write new smart proxies. Open source in its selfs is not an killer argument. It is more difficult to work out how a thing work on this way.
Ticket was written as feature because it would be a new feature. It would make you documentation more useful i think. Maybe you can put it on you roadmap with a lower severity.
If you think different. C'est la vie.