[rabbitmq-discuss] HTTP subscriber for Windows

Lijo Sebastian lijo at citrusinformatics.com
Mon Nov 25 06:24:05 GMT 2013

             You should give RabbitHub a try. 


Lijo Sebastian
Senior Software Engineer
Citrus Informatics (India) Pvt Ltd.

From: Hitendrasinh Mahida 
Sent: Monday, November 25, 2013 9:52 AM
To: Michael Klishin ; Discussions about RabbitMQ 
Subject: Re: [rabbitmq-discuss] HTTP subscriber for Windows

Hi Michael,

Thanks for your time. Yes, I have checked RabbitMQ HTTP API and it will be useful to me.
But my concern is about Subscriber over HTTP. I would like to do something, where Subscriber gets a Call back for its GET request with HTTP to server.

I hope that I am clear enough to understand.


On 11/24/2013 3:36 AM, Michael Klishin wrote:

  2013/11/23 Hitendrasinh Mahida <hitendra.mahida at slscorp.com>

    Searching online I found that I can User RabbitHUB / XMPP / PUBSUBHUBBUB.

    I have no idea which one to chose and How to implement it.

    Please, Help me / Guide me related to this.

  XMPP has nothing to do with RabbitMQ or HTTP.

  RabbitHub should have some docs but simply fetching messages is possible over
  RabbitMQ HTTP API that ships with the management plugin:




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