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Isomorphic Go by Kamesh Balasubramanian

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The ERDA strategy

The isomorphic handoff procedure consists of the following four steps:

  1. Encode
  2. Register
  3. Decode
  4. Attach

We can use the acronym ERDA (Encode-Register-Decode-Attach) to easily recall each individual step of the procedure. In fact, we can collectively refer to the steps to implement the isomorphic handoff procedure as the ERDA strategy.

By implementing the four steps of the isomorphic handoff procedure, as depicted in Figure 6.1, we can guarantee that state is successfully persisted between the server and the client:

Figure 6.1: The ERDA strategy to implement isomorphic handoff

The first step, Encode, involves encoding a data ...

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