Messaging

Multipart messages

RabbitMQ .NET

Original series

Updated series

Service bus messaging with MassTransit

WebSockets with SignalR

Pipes

Various

2 Responses to Messaging

  1. jengis says:

    Hi Andras, Thanks much for the work you have put into this page (and all others). You have done us all a great favour, and help!
    Quick question on this messaging topic: would you (sooner/later) be able to cover zeroMQ and perhaps its usage with protoBuf? I have created a router/dealer messaging pattern with zeroMQ, still would like to understand its full capability. Thanks!

    • Andras Nemes says:

      Hi Jengis, I’m planning to discover zeroMQ myself this year, possibly during the summer. I’ve never used it so I’m not sure how deep I will dit into it though. //Andras

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