hyperemitter - Horizontally Scalable EventEmitter powered by a Merkle DAG

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HyperEmitter is a horizontally scalable and persistent EventEmitter powered by a Merkle DAG. (Yes, it's like a blockchain). In other contexts, this concept is also called an EventStore. HyperEmitter uses protocol-buffers, specifically mafintosh's implementation, for handling message schemas, although custom codecs are also supported. The example below can be found and ran from the examples folder; it demonstrates how to connect two HyperEmitters together and how they both receive all messages sent.



bulk-write-stream : ^1.0.0
cuid : ^1.2.4
deep-equal : ^1.0.0
duplexify : ^3.3.0
end-of-stream : ^1.1.0
fastparallel : ^1.5.0
hyperlog : ^4.5.0
level : ^1.3.0
memdb : ^1.0.1
minimist : ^1.1.1
ndjson : ^1.3.0
protocol-buffers : ^3.0.0
pump : ^1.0.0
through2 : ^2.0.0
xtend : ^4.0.0



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