Async messaging between threads and across netorks.
From the library documentation;
The Ansar library is a tool for development of a certain type of software, often tricky and often involving networks. It’s core ability is the transfer of application messages from one application object to another, including that case where the two objects are in different applications. However, the library has a broad scope beyond that core feature. Areas covered include;
- asynchronous programming, i.e. non-blocking or event-driven software
- finite state machines
- serialization and application persistence
- transfer of application messages across networks
- network service discovery
- component framework
- component composition
The library can be used in a corner of an existing application, perhaps to replace some wayward multi-threaded code. Or the library can be used to create entire communities of components, to be distributed around the Internet.
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