A message in RabbitMQ has little value if there is no application there to consume it. In this video, learn how to consume messages from RabbitMQ.
- [Instructor] We have a web application … to book fictional tours … and it's sending messages to RabbitMQ. … Let's write a small console application … that can pretend to be the service … that will send out confirmation emails. … In Visual Studio create a new project … and select the .NET Core Console App template. … Give your project a name. … I'll call mine ExploreCalifornia.EmailService … and click on the Create button. … In the Solution Explorer right-click on your project … and select Manage NuGet Packages. … And in the Browse tab search for RabbitMQ.Client. … You can select a package and click on the install button … and confirm the installation. … In the Program.cs file you can add … a using RabbitMQ.Client statement. … Now we need a connection the to RabbitMQ instance. … You can find the necessary code in the Exercise Files. … Open the Ch_02 folder and open the connectionCode.txt file. … You can copy paste the necessary code … over to your Program.cs file. … The only change you need to make are the credentials. …
- How message-based systems are used
- The AMQP protocol
- Exchange type use cases
- Publishing to RabbitMQ
- Consuming from RabbitMQ
- Filtering messages with direct and topic exchanges
- Setting up and using authentication
- Authorizing and blocking application actions
- Tracking message contents for troubleshooting
Skill Level Beginner
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