Introduction

ØMQ - The Guide #

The Guide \zguide\:
Ø  Explains how to use ØMQ.
Ø  Covers basic, intermediate and advanced use.
Ø  With 60+ diagrams and 750 examples in 28 languages.
Ø  Available online and in PDF format.
Ø  Updated and revised for ZeroMQ/3.2 (older text for ZeroMQ/2.2 still available).
Ø  Written by Pieter Hintjens, CEO of iMatix, and 100+ contributors.
Ø  Available in paper from O'Reilly.

Language Scoreboard
Language Translations (91 in total)
Ada 0 0%
Basic 0 0%
C 91 100%
C++ 47 51%
C# 62 68%
Clojure 34 37%
CL 28 30%
Delphi 38 41%
Elixir 30 32%
Erlang 30 32%
F# 32 35%
Felix 11 12%
Go 46 50%
Haskell 42 46%
Haxe 53 58%
Java 91 100%
Julia 10 10%
Lua 53 58%
Node.js 29 31%
Objective-C 13 14%
ooc 0 0%
Perl 31 34%
PHP 56 61%
Python 91 100%
Q 8 8%
Racket 10 10%
Ruby 48 52%
Scala 33 36%
Tcl 70 76%
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