[rabbitmq-discuss] Pushing events to browser

Mark static.void.dev at gmail.com
Thu Jan 19 17:54:25 GMT 2012

We would like for each one of our users to subscribe to their own 
personal queue. When a message is delivered to this queue we would like 
to send this notification to the user in real-time. I was wondering the 
preferred way of doing this.

For example with Faye Pub/Sub server (http://faye.jcoglan.com/) they 
include a javascript file that can be used to subscribe to events from 
the front-end. Is there anything like this with RabbitMQ or AMQP in general?

varclient =newFaye.Client('http://localhost:8000/faye',{

varsubscription =client.subscribe('/foo',function(message){
     // handle message

This also leads me to my next question. What is the upper bound of 
unique queues one RabittMQ machine can reasonably manage. I know its 
hardware dependent but can someone throw out a ballpark figure... 
hundreds, thousands, 10's of thousands... etc

Thanks in advance
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