[zeromq-dev] ZMTP.NET

Doron Somech somdoron at gmail.com
Sun Jan 22 14:31:05 CET 2017

As far as I know with UWP you cannot bind/listen.
ZMTP.NET is client only and would yield the same performance as
NetMQ/ZeroMQ, however I'm not sure you need it from ZMTP.NET.

Regarding more implementation, I suggest you take control over the project,
I can help and give you directions. We can move the project to the NetMQ or
ZeroMQ organization.

On Thu, Jan 19, 2017 at 8:00 PM, brunobodin . <brunobodin at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hello,
> I will soon have to make communication with UWP device... :-(  My server
> is zmq based, and the client uses a REQ, a SUB and a PUB socket (all are
> connected, no bind). The SUB socket is for now the most important
> After some searching, I found ZMTP.NET project on github, and ad first
> glance it sounds promising for this usage, even if for now it only
> implements the Dealer pattern.
> What I understand is that this project provide a zmq-like API over UWP
> based sockets by implementing the ZMTP protocol. I ran the provided test
> without an issue.
> I basically have two questions (probably for Doron I guess ;-)
> * what are the limits of this approach. I read everywhere that UWP
> implementation of sockets
> have limitations, but what are they exactly ? I noticed that you have to
> define capabilities for your UWP app, so if PrivateLocalNetwork is enabled,
> do the UWP socket API allow for any stuff required by ZMQ ? Or will Bind be
> always forbidden ? And what else ? What I lack is a clear view of what
> would be the difference between ZMQ/NetMQ and a fully developped ZMTP.NET
> project ?
> * Would it be possible to have a SUB implementation ? I am not skilled
> enough in networking stuff to do it by myself. Maybe if  I can get some
> directions...
> Thanks for your help
> Bruno
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