surging 0.6.5

surging is a distributed micro service framework that provides high-performance RPC remote service calls, using Zookeeper, Consul as the registration center for surging services, integrating hash, random, polling as a load balancing algorithm, RPC integration using the netty framework, Using asynchronous transmission. Use json.net, protobuf, messagepack for serialization Codec

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Install-Package surging -Version 0.6.5
dotnet add package surging --version 0.6.5
<PackageReference Include="surging" Version="0.6.5" />
For projects that support PackageReference, copy this XML node into the project file to reference the package.
paket add surging --version 0.6.5
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Release Notes

1.Add Strategy FallBack
2.Fixed bug with rabbitmq Configuration(Surging.Core.EventBusRabbitMQ  V0.6.5)
3.Add NLog component(Download  Surging.Core.NLog  V0.6.5)
4.Fix socket resource exhaustion bug(Download  Surging.Core.Dotnetty  V0.6.5)
5.Add RpcContext pass parameters1.Add Strategy FallBack
2.Fixed bug with rabbitmq Configuration(Surging.Core.EventBusRabbitMQ  V0.6.5)
3.Add NLog component(Download  Surging.Core.NLog  V0.6.5)
4.Fix socket resource exhaustion bug(Download  Surging.Core.Dotnetty  V0.6.5)
5.Add RpcContext pass parameters(Download  Surging.Core.Codec.MessagePack or Surging.Core.Codec.ProtoBuffer   V0.6.5)

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Version History

Version Downloads Last updated
1.1.0 446 4/21/2019
1.0.0 777 12/31/2018
0.9.5.1 523 10/14/2018
0.9.0.4 345 8/23/2018
0.8.0.2 353 7/4/2018
0.8.0.1 285 6/28/2018
0.7.0.1 327 6/6/2018
0.6.7 309 6/2/2018
0.6.6.1 251 5/23/2018
0.6.6 299 5/21/2018
0.6.5 455 5/1/2018
0.6.4 265 4/8/2018
0.6.3 283 3/29/2018
0.6.2 289 3/14/2018
0.5.5 1,208 1/24/2018
0.5.4 366 1/20/2018
0.5.1 428 1/6/2018
0.4.9.2 361 12/24/2017
0.4.9.1 261 12/18/2017
0.4.8 347 12/10/2017
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