[zeromq-dev] ZeroMQ on mobile devices
kevinsapper88 at gmail.com
Thu Apr 28 19:05:22 CEST 2016
as Utsav suggested zyre is probably what you want to have a look at.
Zyre does have jni bindings and a build for android no need for
jzmq. There's also a pre-build jar.
On Do, Apr 28, 2016 at 6:31 , Utsav Drolia <utsavdrolia at gmail.com>
> I have been working on something similar, though with an old version
> of Jyre+JeroMQ. My experience has been pretty good.
> I have not yet tried jzmq+zyre with JNI bindings, but I would suggest
> that as the first place you should look into.
>> On Apr 28, 2016, at 12:28 PM, Dinu Gherman
>> <gherman at darwin.in-berlin.de> wrote:
>> I've been a long time silent lurker here after having invited
>> Pieter to EuroPython Berlin in 2014. Since then I was working for an
>> IoT startup based on a Scala backend and MQTT messaging. I learned
>> that Scala doesn't imply scaling automatically only because of it's
>> name and MQTT is a thing of the past, useful for the toys of today.
>> But sometimes technology choices are a matter of politics and
>> So I want to look deeper into ZMQ again, with a focus on Python,
>> and might ask a few dumb questions, since almost two years have
>> passed since I've played with it.
>> I have also a concept of IoT in mind where devices build a mesh and
>> can talk to each other rather than only over some "cloud". I started
>> reading the Malamute whitepaper and will address that, later.
>> For now, how well does ZMQ run on mobile phone-like devices, iOS
>> and Android? I can't find something very specific about that.
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