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Java Client Hits 2.0!

By: Stephen Asbury - Date: July 17, 2018

We Are Listening We know the NATS Java library hasn’t seen a lot of love in the last year, but we are reinvigorated and the library has reached a new milestone. We wanted to let the community know we have taken your feedback from GitHub: Optional reconnect behavior on connect Excessive thread usage Disabling the reconnect buffer Notification on cluster discovery Improve robustness Improve robustness Better documentation as well as comments in face to face meetings, and on Slack, to build a new compact library with: Read More…

Using the NATS Connector Framework

By: Colin Sullivan - Date: April 29, 2016

NATS is outstanding at moving data between endpoints - but what kinds of endpoints? You may have legacy applications that use some proprietary data sources, or perhaps you are migrating from another messaging technology onto NATS. For cases like these, you’ll want to take advantage of the NATS Connector Framework. The NATS Connector Framework The NATS Connector Framework provides a foundation to build a connector - an application that moves data into and out of NATS. Read More…