[rabbitmq-discuss] Another Use-case?

Robin Harvey harvey.robin at gmail.com
Wed Feb 9 15:40:40 GMT 2011

Hi Olle,

By the looks of things, the Facebook server only sends notifications as HTTP
GET and POST, so if you wanted to use RabbitMQ your Facebook callback would
be an intermediary that passes messages on to RabbitMQ:

(Facebook) ----HTTP---> (Your HTTP server (Apache)) ---Amqp----> (RabbitMQ)


On Wed, Feb 9, 2011 at 3:06 PM, Olle Jonsson <olle.jonsson at gmail.com> wrote:

> Would Facebook's Real-time updates<http://developers.facebook.com/docs/api/realtime>be a typical AMQP job?
> Sample PHP callback to that API<https://github.com/facebook/real-time/blob/master/samples/php/callback.php>
> My question: Would it be good and AMQP-like to have that *callback.php* file
> (aka "the end-point") enqueue messages instead of working on them?
> best regards from the sidelines,
>    Olle
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