RRiBbit improves upon existing Eventbuses by being compatible with existing code and allowing bidirectional communication between components. That's why we like to use the term Request-Response-Bus.
Version 2.1.0 adds JMS support to the already existing Java RMI support. This means that you can now send your events to a JMS Queue and read them on the other side without your code even having to know about JMS. RRiBbit therefore provides a communication technology agnostic way of writing your code. It also makes it extremely easy to write code that sends and receives messages to other machines and/or other Java components without the code being aware of that.
Other small improvements are:
- Improved performance and logging.
- Upgraded versions of all dependencies.
- Updated and improved documentation.
Want to know more? Check out www.rribbit.org or download the latest version here.
Gert-Jan Schouten, MSc. is a Senior Software Architect / Engineer specialized in Java and Development Infrastructure. At this blog, he writes about his personal visions and thoughts.
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