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July 05, 2018
:telephone_receiver: Microservice framework for RabbitMQ written in TypeScript


coconspirators is a microservice framework for RabbitMQ written in TypeScript. Under the hood it uses qmqp.node, the battle-tested AMQP client, to communicate with RabbitMQ and has best-practices baked in. Features include:
  • Simple API for subscribing, publish and replying
  • DI Friendly
  • TypeScript First



 npm i coconspirators --S  


 npm run build  


 import { Queue, AmqpQueue, AmqpClient } from 'coconspirators';  
 export class AmqpServer {  
  connection: Promise<any>;  
  constructor(public client: AmqpClient, logger: Logger) {  
   this.connection = this.client.connect();  
   client.on('connected', () => console.log('connected!'));  
   client.on('disconnected', () => console.log('disconnected!'));  
 interface ZooMessage {  
  animal: string;  
  name: 'health'  
  contentType: 'application/json'  
 export class HealthQueue extends AmqpQueue<ZooMessage> {  
  constructor(client: AmqpClient) { super(client); }  
 export class HealthChecker {  
  constructor(queue: HealthQueue) {  
   this.queue.publish({ hi: true });  
   this.queue.subscribe((message: ZooMessage) => {  
    console.log('message', message);  


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