EventEmitter over AMQP. YES!
npm install amqp-eventemitter
Tests connect to locally running AMQP (such as RabbitMQ,
brew install rabbitmq).
require 'amqp-eventemitter'pub = url: 'amqp://guest:guest@localhost:5672'sub = url: 'amqp://guest:guest@localhost:5672'subon 'message' consolelog arg1arg2pubemit 'message''hello''world'#=> hello world
Options are passed to respective functions in
options.exchange is passed to
connection.createExchange and so on. Here are the default values:
options = connection: url: 'amqp://...' exchange: name: 'amqp-eventemitter' type: 'fanout' autoDelete: true queue: name: exchange.name + '.' + uuid
or you can take a shortcut and just pass AMQP connection string.
options = url: 'amqp://...'
- Each instance of
AmqpEventEmitterreceives each emitted event.
- You can immediately emit events without waiting for AMQP connection.
amqp-eventemitter.readyis emitted when connection is actually made, exchange created and queue bound.
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