Messaging through a service bus in .NET using MassTransit part 1: foundations


In the previous post we completed our updated series of using RabbitMq in .NET. We looked at a couple of miscellaneous topics such as getting a confirmation from RabbitMq whether a messages was actually queued or how a consumer can “not-acknowledge” a message. We also went through some other concepts like data serialisation where a link was provided to the relevant posts in the original series.

This post will start a new series but the topic will be very similar. We’ll stay in the world of messaging. In fact we’ll be building upon the previous series and take a step upwards in the abstraction ladder. We’ll be looking at the basics of using a service bus in .NET using the open-source MassTransit project.

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