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9.6 8.1 L3 MassTransit VS HangfireAn easy way to perform background job processing in your .NET and .NET Core applications. No Windows Service or separate process required
9.4 7.2 MassTransit VS CAPDistributed transaction solution in micro-service base on eventually consistency, also an eventbus with Outbox pattern
Confluent's Apache Kafka .NET client
7.9 6.8 L3 MassTransit VS RabbitMQ.NETRabbitMQ .NET client for .NET Standard 2.0+ and .NET 4.6.1+
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MassTransit is a free, open-source distributed application framework for .NET. MassTransit makes it easy to create applications and services that leverage message-based, loosely-coupled asynchronous communication for higher availability, reliability, and scalability.
MassTransit is Apache 2.0 licensed.
Get started by reading through the documentation.
MassTransit NuGet Packages
Get help live at the MassTransit Discord server.
Please do not open an issue on GitHub, unless you have spotted an actual bug in MassTransit.
Use GitHub Discussions to ask questions, bring up ideas, or other general items. Issues are not the place for questions, and will either be converted to a discussion or closed.
This policy is in place to avoid bugs being drowned out in a pile of sensible suggestions for future enhancements and calls for help from people who forget to check back if they get it and so on.
Building from Source
- Install the latest .NET 6 SDK
- Clone the source down to your machine
bash git clone https://github.com/MassTransit/MassTransit.git
- Turn off
bash git config core.autocrlf false
- Make a pull request
- .NET 6 SDK
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