[zeromq-dev] Client-side web applications with ZeroMQ

Justin Karneges justin at affinix.com
Thu Nov 21 06:57:34 CET 2013


There's NullMQ, although I'm not sure of its status:
https://github.com/progrium/nullmq

In my opinion, all a web application really needs is request/response 
and pubsub, and you already have request/response in the form of HTTP. 
So, the only thing missing is a one-way (server->client) publish 
mechanism, and there are a number of ways to do that (Socket.io rooms, 
Faye, Pushpin, etc).

Chaining socket.io's rooms stuff to a zeromq XSUB socket might be a nice 
afternoon project for you. :)

On 11/20/2013 09:28 PM, Cosmo Harrigan wrote:
> Hello,
>
> Has there been much use of ZeroMQ with client-side web applications?
>
> For example, do you have any recommendations on a good implementation of
> a simple server that acts as a forwarder between ZeroMQ sockets and
> socket.io <http://socket.io>? (Kind of like
> https://github.com/sockjs/sockjs-client, but using socket.io
> <http://socket.io>)
>
> I see some such implementations on the web, but they seem old and not
> very active.
>
> Do you think this type of architecture is a good idea?
>
> Best regards,
> Cosmo Harrigan
>
>
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