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Mastering RabbitMQ by Dotan Nahum, Yusuf Aytaş, Emrah Ayanoglu

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Management via a REST API

Our last choice of management and controlling the RabbitMQ is using the REST API. RabbitMQ supports REST API to get lots of information from the RabbitMQ server and add, edit, and delete some parameters and properties on it.

As REST services rely on the HTTP protocol, we can easily communicate with RabbitMQ using web pages with AJAX, HTTP clients on every language, and so on. We'd like to show the examples that use RabbitMQ's REST API, using the Postman that is a REST client for Google Chrome. Postman is a free extension on Google Chrome, and you can add the Postman using the extension market of Google Chrome.

Before diving into the REST APIs, we'd like to talk about the authentication issue and return of the REST API after ...

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