The new ActiveMQ blog has a post on RESTful JMS and web streaming.
ActiveMQ is an ASF 2.0 licenced open source JMS 1.1 implementation. When coupled with Jetty,
ActiveMQ supports a normal REST API to the Message Broker along with
native JMS clients; which allows any web client to produce or consume
Through the use of XMLHttpRequest and Streamlets,
ActiveMQ can support RESTful publish and subscribe of XML in any modern
seamlessly integrating with any JMS based Java application or service.
Streamlets are currently working on Mozilla, Firefox and Safari right now - we've got a bug we've yet to work around in IE :(.
Many thanks to Joe for teaching me the virtues of XMLHttpRequest.