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Mastering RabbitMQ by Dotan Nahum, Yusuf Aytaş, Emrah Ayanoglu

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Case study – client implementations

After showing the basics of our RabbitMQ Java Client API, we are now ready to implement our collaboration application. In our collaboration application, we have different functions that are well-defined in the use cases.

We'd like to focus on the messaging part, instead of focusing on all the parts, to learn how to send and receive messages between our systems. Before diving into the messaging parts, we'd like to introduce you to model classes that define our Message class instances.

Model classes

In Model-View-Controller architecture, models are responsible for containing the business logic. With the same idea, our model classes contain message logics such as Message class which defines a simple message.

In messaging ...

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