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Get started with Ruby using IBM MQ Light Bluemix Service

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MQ Light provides clients in Ruby, Python, Node.js, and Liberty for Java. The sample applications make it easy to get started. The sample app demonstrates how MQ Light can help with a “worker offload” pattern.

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The sample is composed of a web front-end that sends messages to a back-end where they are processed (the processing does a simple action of capitalizing the words), and then returned to the front-end. This video follows the MQ Light blog instructions and walks the user through the process of getting started with MQ Light on BlueMix with Ruby.

Watch the video (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1agYBilXtEY)
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