I heard some facts about ZeroMQ, and I think it's very powerful thing. But now I try to imagine how it can be applied in web application.  Could you make an example of using ZeroMQ in web applications?  So, the first that strikes me - simple chat...
I am have a huge headache from trying to get the ZMQ Node bindings working with Electron, especially on Windows. I am working on Windows 7 and Ubuntu 16.04 and both of them have two separate issues.  On Windows, I get an error when I try to do requir...
How can I fail a PULL to get retransmit from the pusher?  In the following example, if I uncomment the // throw ... to trigger an exception on every received message, all the PULL messages are failing, but when I put back the comment, all those messa...
I'm working through the examples in 'Node.js the Right Way' and when executing the Router-Dealer example in Chapter 4 on Windows 7 with node.js version v0.10.29 , I get this error Protocol not supported  when executing    let responder =...
I see in https://github.com/zeromq/zeromq.js an example of how to use pub/sub pattern.   How do I configure it to not just subscriber receive messages and process them but reply with other messages that go back to publisher?...
I am setting up a blog between our clients and us so they can have a space to talk about the different commercial transactions (each commercial transaction has a reference number and has it's own information).   Right now I was able to setup Ratc...
I'm working through a book that teaches you the basics of Node.JS and I've created a couple of programs - one responder and one requester.  The responder:  "use strict";  const fs = require("fs"); const zmq = require("zmq&...
I'm creating a test network where a node.js application communicates to a C++ application via ZeroMQ using Google Protocol Buffers for the message structure.  Data from C++ to JavaScript can be serialized, sent, received, and deserialized without...
I need to implement a bit extension of ZMQ, in which a 'REQ' socket has and extra method called ".request()".  This method can recieve more than 1 parameter and ( here I have the problem ) if the first parameter is 0, .request( 0, ......
I'm quite new to Node.js, so please bear with me...  Bascially, I have a proxy server, and I want to intercept HTTP body packets. These packets are fired off through zeromq to another process outside of Node.js (a C program) and the response (the...

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