Combining ZeroMQ and NanoMsg for Serving Web-requests

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A pretty simple example, that always replies 'Hello World!!' to the browser. The raw ROUTER socket is listening on tcp port 8080, so any browser that sends a request on port 8080 of localhost, will get back the response. The internal NanoMsg communication is happening on inproc channel. A dedicated thread is created for the NanoMsg worker socket (REP) that serves the responses. You can experiment with creating multiple nanoMsg worker threads and stress testing it.


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