Rabbitrace is a Visual Studio Codeextension to help developers manage and monitor RabbitMQ queues and exchanges. You can find the extension available here.
Minimalist UI/UX to manage RabbitMQ exchanges and queues
Supports creating new exchanges, queues, bindings, and publishing messages between them
Single click toggle between different RabbitMQ connections
Step 1. Install the Rabbitrace extension for Visual Studio Code Step 2. Click on the Rabbitrace icon in the side panel OR run the following command Rabbitrace: Create Connection Step 3 Create a connection to your RabbitMQ instance and manage your exchanges/queues from VSCode
Rabbitrace: Create Connection
Opens a new Rabbitrace tab to create a connection to RabbitMQ
Issues, feature requests, and contributions
If you come across a problem with the extension, please file an issue
For list of known issues, please check the issues tab
Find planned features for future releases marked as feature under issues tab.
Clone the repository and install dependencies by running yarn install
Press F5 to open a new window with your extension loaded.
Run your command from the command palette by pressing (Ctrl+Shift+P or Cmd+Shift+P on Mac) and typing Rabbitrace: Create Connection.
package.json - this is the manifest file in which you declare your extension and command. The plugin registers a command and defines its title and command name. With this information VS Code can show the command in the command palette.
src/webview: folder where you will find entire React code
src/extension.ts: this is the main file where you will provide the implementation of your command. The file exports one function, activate, which is called the very first time your extension is activated (in this case by executing the command). Inside the activate function we call registerCommand. We pass the function containing the implementation of the command as the second parameter to registerCommand.
src/exchanges.ts, src/queues.ts and src/connections.ts: these are the files where you will define the Exchanges, Queues and Connections tree views respectively.
You can relaunch the extension from the debug toolbar after changing code in src/extension.ts.
You can also reload (Ctrl+R or Cmd+R on Mac) the VS Code window with your extension to load your changes.