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Publish/Subscribe, Request/Reply API for Java.

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Description

A Java middleware API supporting broker-less, type+topic-based publish/subscribe and request/reply messaging for both intra- and inter-application, object-level communication.

Broker-less: messages are transmitted directly between eBus applications. There is no message broker (i.e. server) in between.

Type+topic addressing: eBus clients subscribe to a message class (type) and message topic, providing stronger typing than just topic-based subscriptions.

Object-level communication: eBus delivers messages directly to client objects, not to a client process.

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Features

  • advertise/publish/subscribe messaging
  • request/reply messaging
  • seamless intra/inter-application communications
  • very fast transmission
  • very easy to use

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    Use this in some android apps and it works great for NIO sockets.

    Posted 03/10/2011
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Intended Audience

Developers, Architects

Programming Language

Java

Registered

2001-10-16

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