STOMP Objective-C Client for iOS
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StompKit

STOMP Objective-C Client for iOS

StompKit is a rewrite of objc-stomp to create a modern event-driven Objective-C library using ARC, Grand Central Dispatch and blocks.

This library uses the Grand Central Dispatch version of CocoaAsyncSocket.

Project Status

This project is no longer maintained (some context about this decision).

If you encounter bugs with it or need enhancements, you can fork it and modify it as the project is under the Apache License 2.0.

Build Status

Installation

Using CocoaPods

StompKit is available on CocoaPods.

On your Podfile add this project:

...
pod 'StompKit', :git => 'https://github.com/mobile-web-messaging/StompKit.git'
...

For the first time, run pod install, if you are updating the project invoke pod update.

Usage

Import the StompKit.h header file

#import <StompKit.h>

Send a message:

// create the client
STOMPClient *client = [[STOMPClient alloc] initWithHost:@"localhost"
                                                   port:61613];
// connect to the broker
[client connectWithLogin:@"mylogin"
                passcode:@"mypassword"
       completionHandler:^(STOMPFrame *_, NSError *error) {
            if (err) {
                NSLog(@"%@", error);
                return;
            }

            // send a message
            [client sendTo:@"/queue/myqueue" body:@"Hello, iOS!"];
            // and disconnect
            [client disconnect];
        }];

Subscribe to receive message:

// create the client
STOMPClient *client = [[STOMPClient alloc] initWithHost:@"localhost"
                                                   port:61613];
// connect to the broker
[client connectWithLogin:@"mylogin"
                passcode:@"mypassword"
       completionHandler:^(STOMPFrame *_, NSError *error) {
            if (err) {
                NSLog(@"%@", error);
                return;
            }

            // subscribe to the destination
            [client subscribeTo:@"/queue/myqueue"
                        headers:@{@"selector": @"color = 'red'"}
                 messageHandler:^(STOMPMessage *message) {
                    // callback when the client receive a message
                    // for the /queue/myqueue destination

                    NSLog(@"got message %@", message.body); // => "Hello, iOS"
                }];
            }];

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