The second last tutorial, tutorial 5, focuses on topic routing: «we need to learn about a more complex topic exchange». … Continue reading
Redoing RabbitMQ’s tutorial – part 4
RabbitMQ's tutorial 4' scope is: subscribe only to a subset of the messages.
The following shows an implementation of that tutorial (sort of) in Perl with Net::RabbitMQ. As previously, the code is just sketched out and definitely not an example of style: it just aims to show how things work. Once I'll get all the tutorials sorted out in Perl, I'll build on these sketches to create something "real".
Enjoy! … Continue reading
Redoing RabbitMQ’s tutorial – part 3
Redoing RabbitMQ’s tutorial – part 2
And here we go with RabbitMQ's tutorial 2: work queues:
In this one we'll create a Work Queue that will be used to distribute time-consuming tasks among multiple workers.
As previously, I'll just show the finished code. Please refer to the tutorial and to Net::RabbitMQ's documentation for the details. … Continue reading
Redoing RabbitMQ’s tutorial – part 1
I am experimenting with RabbitMQ and Perl for a pet project of mine: gravity.
The Perl module Net::RabbitMQ seems to be usable, finally. I decided to give it a go, and reproduce with Perl the python scripts shown in the official RabbitMQ tutorial.
Tutorial 1 starts, unsurprisingly, with an "Hello world!" example:
let's send a message, receive it and print it on the screen. To do so we need two programs: one that sends a message and one that receives and prints it.
I am not going to redo the whole tutorial, just show the finished code. Please refer to the tutorial and to Net::RabbitMQ's documentation for the details. … Continue reading