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Gizmo Daemon is a userspace utility that makes it easy to control applications, and devices based on input events. For example, a browser window could be scrolled up and down when Gizmod detects up and down events from a joystick. Events can be mapped at the global, or per-application level, which ... [More]
This Java library provides some useful building blocks to build high-performance multi-threaded asynchronous applications in Java. Its implementation was inspired by Twisted's asynchronous library (twisted.internet.defer). Deferred allows you to easily build asynchronous processing chains ... [More]
circuits is a Lightweight Event driven and Asynchronous Application Framework for the Python Programming Language with a strong Component Architecture.
Cloudless is an event-driven communication framework built on-top of 0MQ to provide fast, reliable, easy-to-use library to address most application needs for communication over in-process, inter-process, or over the wire transports. Using BSD sockets directly is such a waste of time for any ... [More]
Boiler library in conjuction with hot library is a multithreaded server environment. It gives a possibility to write potentially fast and flexible servers using single process/thread technique. Key features: iostream interface for sockets transparent context switches while waiting for data ... [More]
Ballade is a network programming library which make you building client/server sides applications easily. Referring to the example, implements the ballade interface for writing your own code, then enjoy it! Currently, ballade can only run on windows platform, but, in the nearly future, we will release a new version for linux, hope soon.
The ioxx library provides primitives for asynchronous I/O in C++. That kind of thing is typically useful for people who would like to implement a highly concurrent network service, i.e. an application that performs input/output simultaneously on a great number of sockets. The library's main ... [More]