OS/X developers welcome to the ZeroMQ community! The growing list of bindings on that left hand menu has a 17th entry, Jeremy W. Sherman's Objective-C binding. This gives Objective-C developers an easy way to build scalable multithreaded applications, and talk to other apps in any language, over ZeroMQ.
Written: 12 Jul 2010 12:22
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