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Thread: Templates for Java Client rabbitmq

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    Default Templates for Java Client rabbitmq

    Hello,

    i would like to start learn how to make code using Java Client rabbitmq, any way i found a tutorial RabbitMQ - Getting started with RabbitMQ but it is not powerfull tutorial.

    I read in some Forums that there are a Templates for Java Client rabbitmq, where there is no need to write the full code, it will be easy to get a generated templates

    But i don't know how and where.

    Any body know any thing about it??


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    Default Re: Templates for Java Client rabbitmq

    I have no experience with RabbitMQ, but I reviewed the RabbitMQ "Hello World" tutorial and found it straightforward and complete. What are you finding "not powerful" with the RabbitMQ tutorials? Perhaps your Java knowledge foundation, especially in client-server communication, could be improved so that you're more confident with the RabbitMQ tutorials.

    Edit: Sorry, I read the rest of your post and realized you're looking for "templates." I'm not sure what those are, but I assume they would provide you with some basic coding to get started. While they may seem like a good idea, I have to think you'd have to modify the templates to do what you have in mind, and it's hard to modify them if you don't understand what you're doing. Work through the RabbitMQ tutorials and improve your knowledge of Java Client-Server communications, and you won't need any templates.

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    Default Re: Templates for Java Client rabbitmq

    Thank you "GregBrannon" for your Reply.

    Actually i prefer to use the Templates because it is very very easy with many categories ans methods, but the problem i don't know how and where find them

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