This is an example of RabbitMQ STOMP plugin in action. It has two parts:
- A Ruby STOMP producer that connects to default RabbitMQ STOP plugin endpoint and publishes a couple of hundred messages.
- A Ruby AMQP consumer that subscribes to messages from STOMP producer.
- Having a RabbitMQ 2.4+ installed. See RabbitMQ installation guide and downloads. On Mac OS X we recommend you use Homebrew and brew install rabbitmq.
- Having a RabbitMQ STOMP plugin 2.4+ installed. See STOMP plugin page.
The whole thing is managed using Bundler, so
gem install bundler
and then, from Git repository root
bundle install --local
Finally, lets run both scripts (from two shells), consumer first:
bundle exec ruby ./script/amqp_consumer.rb
and then producer
bundle exec ruby ./script/stomp_producer.rb
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