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Where could I use Camel? Examples?

 
Rogerio Kioshi
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Hi,

I'd like to know where could I use Camel. Does the book show it with examples?
 
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Camel was mainly designed for use in integartion projects - places where you need to route, transform, enrich, etc messages over different types of transports. It has grown into a very useful tool for doing any kind of messaging really. So if you project needs to send messages of any kind (see list of possibilities here http://camel.apache.org/components.html), you should consider using Camel for that rather than coding it yourself.

The book's examples are all hosted in this Google Code project:
http://code.google.com/p/camelinaction/

But for context and the story behind these examples, you'll need the book of course.

Cheers,
Jon
 
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Jonathan Anstey wrote:Camel was mainly designed for use in integartion projects - places where you need to route, transform, enrich, etc messages over different types of transports. It has grown into a very useful tool for doing any kind of messaging really. So if you project needs to send messages of any kind (see list of possibilities here http://camel.apache.org/components.html), you should consider using Camel for that rather than coding it yourself.

The book's examples are all hosted in this Google Code project:
http://code.google.com/p/camelinaction/

But for context and the story behind these examples, you'll need the book of course.

Cheers,
Jon


OK, thank you.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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