Top 20 NuGet ZeroMq Packages

A 100% native C# port of the lightweight high performance messaging library ZeroMQ
Library of components for managing standard and TLS asynchronous TCP/UDP/Multicast client/server connections, as well as serial and file-based communication in a client/server interface based abstraction layer.
FSharp binding for NetMQ
fszmq is an MPLv2-licensed F# binding for the ZeroMQ distributed computing library. This library is primarily designed to be consumed from F#. However, where possible, the library has been designed to appear "friendly" when consumed by other .NET languages (C#, et aliam). NOTE: This package **ONLY*...
This is a C# implementation of the Z85 specification found at: https://rfc.zeromq.org/spec:32/Z85/. It supports the formal specification as well as an option to automatically pad the input bytes.
Zeromq binding library for Bridge.NET projects.
ZeroMQ C# CLR namespace (.NET and mono, Windows and Linux, x86 and amd64)
A XML serialization support for the Message.Router library.
A NetMQ support for the Message.Router library.
A JSON serialization support for the Message.Router library.
A lightweight MQ-solution. Like a mix of WCF and ZeroMQ (ZMQ).
The clrzmq project contains .NET bindings for ØMQ (ZeroMQ), an open source, high performance transport layer. Targets Any CPU and includes compiled versions of the native libzmq library for x86 and x64.
A lightweight message routing library supporting various messaging frameworks and serialization formats.
Create streams using a Pub/Sub model leveraging Observables over several different queuing technologies including ZeroMQ, MSMQ and Kafka. This project can be incorporated with Reactive Extensions to create powerful event processing solutions.
.NET Standard ZeroMQ wrapper
NLog based logging in Dynamic Queue.
ZeroMq based implementation of Dynamic Queue.
Reactive Extensions (RX) with NetMQ as the transport layer. Send messages anywhere on the network!
Succubus Distributed Application Framework
A MySQL database module for the Nyan data service stack