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RabbitMQ is an open source message-broker that implements the Advanced Message Queuing Protocol (AMQP) standard. This book will enable you to take advantage of RabbitMQ to create scalable, message-based applications.

In "Instant RabbitMQ Messaging Application Development How-to" you start by understanding the reasons for using an AMQP message broker; you will the

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Published May 2013 by Packt Publishing
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Jorge Puente Sarrín
Jun 18, 2013 Jorge Puente Sarrín rated it it was amazing
The book is truly an "instant book" because it has very practical examples and real use cases for AMQP implementations with Node.js platform. (You could use any language/platform, but it is always good to learn a new one; at least for me, it is perfect!).

In the early chapters, it describes the process of installing RabbitMQ and Node.js, easily and efficiently.

In the following chapters, the author begins by describing a use case where we can use the AMQP protocol, then describes (step by step) th
Jun 27, 2013 Rachel rated it really liked it
Disclaimer: I was given this book for review by Packt Publishing. My opinions are, however, my own.

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The book starts with "What can RabbitMQ do for you?", moves on to installation, and then runs through an example usage of an e-commerce shop, adding in more complexity through various examples.

All the code is written in Node.js; if you
Jun 27, 2013 Toni rated it really liked it
I had the opportunity to get a copy of this book for review by Packt Publishing.

As I already have some experience with RabbitMQ, I was more interested to see if this book could be used as a learning material within the company I work for. Not every new developer knows about RabbitMQ and it’s not easy to start with, especially if you have no background with other queuing systems.

And I was pleasantly surprised while reading the book.

The author first explains what RabbitMQ is all about and what it
Aug 13, 2013 Aelena rated it really liked it
I was invited by Packt Publishing to read and review the book, a part of their instant series.

As in other installments, the idea is to start with the simplest scenarios quickly covering intermediate and advanced scenarios at the end of the book. I personally think the book complements the tutorials on offer on the rabbitMQ site, going a bit beyond than the ground covered by these, and with the twist ofusing javascript (node.js) for everything, as oppossed to the python and java tutorials in the
Konstantin Root
Jun 25, 2013 Konstantin Root rated it it was amazing
Quick introduction to RabbitMQ with examples in Node.js.
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