Category Archives: MessagePack-RPC

Architecture of MessagePack

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MessagePack-RPC for Java 0.3.0 is released!

Today, I just released the MessagePack-RPC for Java version 0.3.0! MessagePack-RPC github repository The main change is, supporting the UDP protocol. The following is the example codes. UDPClient UDPServer Replacing “UDP” with “TCP” will work for the TCP Client/Server. Thanks … Continue reading

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Streaming Serialization/Deserialization with MessagePack

Streaming feature of MessagePack Streaming serialization/deserialization is one of the key features of MessagePack. It enables you to store and load multiple objects to/from a stream (like files or network connections). It is easy to use and fast. I’ll introduce … Continue reading

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MessagePack-RPC for C++

What’s MessagePack-RPC? MessagePack-RPC is a inter-process messaging system that is similar to Facebook’s thrift, Apache avro or Google’s Protocol Buffers. It uses MessagePack format for object serialization and passes serialized object across network connection. MessagePack is cross-language serialization format and … Continue reading

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Introduction to MessagePack-RPC

The official MessagePack blog is here! Today I want to introduce recent progress at the MessagePack project. It’s a extremely efficient object serialization library like JSON, but very fast and small. Why MessagePack? There’re some projects in the same area. … Continue reading

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