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Node-RED: Now With AMPQ 1.0 Support With the RHEA Nodes Library

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Node-RED: Now With AMPQ 1.0 Support With the RHEA Nodes Library

A brand new messaging and IoT library for providing AMQP 1.0 protocol support on Node-RED has just been released. Check out the features and go get it.

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The first version of a new messaging and IoT library for providing AMQP 1.0 protocol support on Node-RED — a tool for wiring Internet of Things — has just been released.

This library is based on the official JavaScript RHEA library, which provides AMQP 1.0 support for Node.js applications (developed by one of my best colleagues in Red Hat, Gordon Sim).

Up to now, the available nodes are:

  • Sender: for sending messages to an AMQP address.
  • Receiver: for receiving messages from an AMQP address.
  • Requester: for executing a request to an AMQP address and waiting for a response on the address specified in the “reply-to” field.
  • Responder: for receiving a request on an AMQP address and sending the response on the address specified in the “reply-to” field.

Of course, it’s open source (available on GitHub) with a "getting started" guide and documentation available on the related Wiki.

amqp_nodes

I published it on NPM (Node-RED is completely based on Node.js) at following link but you can find it even on the official Node-Red website in the flows section (searching for “amqp,” for example).

Enjoy AMQP messaging and IoT with Node-RED flow programming!

Topics:
messaging ,node-red ,iot ,amqp

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