Documentation 3.0 Beta
Synchronous and Asynchronous Requests
An asynchronous request uses callback methods, where the app invokes a callback method when the Akula Server responds to the request. The callback methods can handle a successful request and a request failure, as the following example shows for a log in:
A synchronous request waits for the Akula Server to return a response before the app continues. Typically, you make a synchronous request in a
try/catch block, as the following example shows:
loginSync() method fails, it throws an AKException object that you can catch and handle appropriately for your app.
Note that in the Android client SDK, the synchronous form of a method contains "
In the iOS client SDK, the synchronous form of a method takes an NSError object as an argument, and the method has the form