The RabbitMQ team is happy to announce the release of version 2.0 of HOP, RabbitMQ HTTP API client for Java and other JVM languages. This new release introduce a new reactive client based on Spring Framework 5.0 WebFlux.
As stated in Spring Framework
The WebClient offers a functional and fluent API that takes full advantage of Java 8 lambdas. It supports both sync and async scenarios, including streaming, and brings the efficiency of non-blocking I/O.
This means you can easily chain HTTP requests and transform the result, e.g. to calculate the total rate for all virtual hosts in a RabbitMQ broker:
ReactiveClient client = new ReactiveClient("http://localhost:15672/api", "guest", "guest"); Mono<Double> vhostsRate = client.getVhosts() .map(vhostInfo -> vhostInfo.getMessagesDetails().getRate()) .reduce(0.0, (acc, current) -> acc + current);
ReactiveClient uses Reactor
This also means you can build a fully reactive dashboard application to monitor a farm of RabbitMQ clusters. Thanks to the underlying Reactor Netty library, the dashboard application will use as less resources as possible (HTTP connection pooling, non-blocking I/O).
HOP 2.0 is already available on Maven Central. For Maven:
<dependency> <groupId>com.rabbitmq</groupId> <artifactId>http-client</artifactId> <version>2.0.0.RELEASE</version> </dependency>
Written by: Arnaud Cogoluègnes
Categories: New Features Performance Programming Languages