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Openhab - The OSGi-based Open Home Automation Bus

  •    Java

The open Home Automation Bus (openHAB) project aims at providing a universal integration platform for all things around home automation. It is an open-source solution based on the Eclipse SmartHome framework. openHAB brings together different bus systems, hardware devices and interface protocols by dedicated bindings. These bindings send and receive commands and status updates on the openHAB event bus.

EventBus - Event bus for Android and Java that simplifies communication between Activities, Fragments, Threads, Services, etc

  •    Java

EventBus is a publish/subscribe event bus for Android and Java. EventBus simplifies the communication between components, Decouples event senders and receivers.

MBassador - Light-weight, high-performance event bus implementing the publish subscribe pattern

  •    Java

MBassador is a light-weight, high-performance event bus implementing the publish subscribe pattern. It is designed for ease of use and aims to be feature rich and extensible while preserving resource efficiency and performance. The core of MBassador is built around a custom data structure that provides non-blocking reads and minimized lock contention for writes such that performance degradation of concurrent read/write access is minimal.




NetworkEvents - Android library listening network connection state and change of the WiFi signal strength with event bus

  •    Java

Android library listening network connection state and change of the WiFi signal strength with event bus. It works with any implementation of the Event Bus. In this repository you can find samples with Otto and GreenRobot's bus.

Nakadi - A distributed event bus that implements a RESTful API abstraction on top of Kafka-like queues

  •    Java

Nakadi is a distributed event bus broker that implements a RESTful API abstraction on top of Kafka-like queues. It provides abstract event delivery via a secured RESTful API, Enable convenient development of event-driven applications and asynchronous microservices, Efficient low latency event delivery.

roof-bus - cool event bus

  •    Javascript

roof-bus is a event bus for both practical programmers and application architects. It can be used as a simple string-based event bus whitout any buy-in in small apps. When handling large apps, especially the one with complex business logic, its powerful features like Listener Sequence Control can help you keep the system low-coupled and flexsible during the growth. roof-bus is really easy to get start with, check the code below. I don't think it need any explaination.

transceiver - Channel based event bus with request/reply pattern, using promises

  •    Javascript

Channel based event bus with request/reply pattern, using promises. For node & browser. Channels can be accessed from everywhere using transceiver module. By default, making a request (using channel.request()) on a channel returns a Promise which is resolved by the specified handler (with channel.reply()), on the same channel.


routemaster - Event Bus for RESTful architectures

  •    Ruby

Routemaster is an opinionated event bus over HTTP, supporting event-driven / representational state notification architectures. Routemaster aims to dispatch events with a median latency in the 50 - 100ms range, with no practical upper limit on throughput.

vue-events - Simple event handling for Vue.js

  •    Javascript

A Vue.js plugin that simplify events. Works with both Vue 1.0 & Vue 2.0.