The Solace Messaging API for C#/.NET (also referred to as SolClient for .NET) is available as of today through nuget.org.
Sumeet Puri, Solace’s global head of systems engineering, shared his experiences and expertise in a webinar covering those topics and more. In particular, Sumeet discussed event-driven architectures and how data movement patterns vary across such architectures, not being limited to request/reply exchanges.
Let me share with you some good news for developers interested in trying out or getting started on the JMS standard based features of the Solace Message Router with Solace JMS: After installing and starting a Solace Virtual Message Router (VMR), it will now take you less than a minute to get from zero to having a working JMS sample code fetched from GitHub, all built and running to get your first JMS message exchanged with the Solace Message Router. With the Solace APIs Now Available via Maven Central, the build will automatically pull down the required Solace JMS client libraries.