[rabbitmq-discuss] Alice and wonderland, the REST client and WebUI administration interface is now live

Darien Kindlund darien at kindlund.com
Thu Jul 16 22:27:38 BST 2009


Cool project; 2 questions:

1) Are you planning on adding user authentication to the webservice?
(For example, you could leverage the username/password accounts
already created by rabbitmqctl, rather than storing your own set of

2) I'm not too familiar with mochiweb, but is there a way to serve up
pages over HTTPS within the app?  Or would you have to configure
something like stunnel for that purpose?

-- Darien

On Thu, Jul 16, 2009 at 3:15 PM, Ari Lerner<arilerner at mac.com> wrote:
> Hey guys,
> I just wanted to send a quick note about a project we've been working on to
> expose RabbitMQ administration for our company's techops team. Alice
> (http://github.com/auser/alice/tree/master) provides a RESTful interface to
> Rabbit and Wonderland (http://github.com/auser/wonderland/tree/master)
> provides a WebUI to Alice.
> Alice is written in erlang and talks natively to the RabbitMQ server
> (through the same mechanism that rabbitmqctl does). It's written to be
> extensible and easily editable. Both projects are open-sourced on github
> (links above).
> The official announcement is
> here: http://willcodeforfoo.com/2009/07/13/announcing-alice.
> http://alicetheapp.com
> Ari Lerner and the CloudTeam
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