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From Zakeria Hassan <>
Subject Re: The ActiveMQ community deserves better. Lets vote on new UI for AMQ
Date Tue, 29 Apr 2014 13:02:55 GMT
It would be cool to have something like this. I think there are many people
out there that would benefit greatly from having something like this. If
its responsive with REST and Javascript would make the experience better.

On Mon, Apr 28, 2014 at 10:11 PM, artnaseef <> wrote:

> I think a new look-and-feel to the webconsole would be awesome.
> Before talking about the look-and-feel, I want to encourage the focus of
> the
> webconsole to be just that - a console into the running ActiveMQ instance.
> That means the functionality is limited to interactions with the internal
> broker:
> <ul>
> <li> Display state of the broker (e.g. broker-stats, settings, queues and
> topics, messages stored in destinations)
> <li> Perform administration on the broker (e.g. create a queue, send a
> message, disconnect a client)
> <ul>
> Keeping the scope limited in this way will make sure the console is a great
> tool for anyone first learning ActiveMQ to get information on the broker
> operation and perform operations which can help with learning how the
> broker
> works.  It is also great for those wanting a simple-yet-effective means to
> administer ActiveMQ.
> Is "web console" the best term here for this focus?  Sounds good to me, but
> I can also see calling this a "dashboard" or "control panel".
> AngularJS and Bootstrap are awesome - I've started learning both recently.
> It looks like meeting To meet the terms of the MIT license for AngularJS,
> it
> is sufficient to put a copy of the license into the NOTICE file
> (
> To make the console responsive, are you thinking REST calls from
> Javascript?
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