With Habari Client libraries, Delphi and Free Pascal developers can take advantage of message broker technology, which is distributed, loosely coupled, reliable and asynchronous, and build integrated systems, connecting clients using the peer-to-peer or the publish and subscribe communication model. Delphi and Free Pascal applications - including multi-threaded servers, services, ISAPI and stand-alone web applications - can communicate at high speed, exchanging up to thousands of messages per second.
Since 2008, Habari Client libraries provide access to standards-based, enterprise quality messaging solutions. Supported message brokers now include Apache ActiveMQ, Apollo, HornetQ, Open MQ, and RabbitMQ. These open source message brokers also support clients for other languages and protocols, which is a key to integration of cross-language / cross-platform systems with Delphi and Free Pascal applications.
Last but not least, Habari Client libraries can also be used for integration with Java™ EE application servers such as TomEE, Geronimo, GlassFish, WildFly and WebLogic, which have been tested with open source message brokers or use them as their default messaging service implementation.
Simply playing around with it this morning I have been able to connect to my topics and receive messages from a Java Enterprise application. It's fantastic. I have done in 3 hours what I thought it would take 4 weeks ... That's great. Thanks a million.A. B., United Kingdom
Habari Client libraries use a programming model which is based on message producers and message consumers. The basic API is the same for all library versions to allow easy migration between supported message brokers (with the exception of broker-specific features). It is loosely based on the Java Message Service (JMS) API.
For client-specific demo and documentation downloads and registered versions, please choose your library version below, or from the products menu.
|Habari Client Version||ActiveMQ||Apollo||HornetQ||OpenMQ||RabbitMQ|
|TextMessage / BytesMessage||✓/✓||✓/✓||✓/✓||✓/✓||✓/✓|
|ObjectMessage / MapMessage||✓/✓||✓/✓||✓/✓||✓/✓||✓/✓|
|JMS STOMP bindings|
|VCL app / Console app||✓/✓||✓/✓||✓/✓||✓/✓||✓/✓|
|ISAPI DLL / Service app||✓/✓||✓/✓||✓/✓||✓/✓||✓/✓|
|Delphi 6 - 2007||②||②||②||②||②|
|Free Pascal 2.6.0||②||②||②||②||②|
|Internet Direct (Indy) 10.5.9||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Ararat Synapse 40||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
① - not supported by message broker STOMP implementation
② - with limitations, please contact us for details
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Habari is a word in the Swahili language for "message" and "news"