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Reactive Programming is a paradigm that's geared towards high volume high frequency data processing. The Reactive Streams API defined interfaces to process a stream of data and provides facilities for subscribers and publishers to interact with each other in a well structured, asynchronous, and flexible manner. In addition, failure is treated as a first class citizen.
On the JVM there are a handful of highly powerful libraries to program reactively. Spring being a very popular, capable, and powerful library offers excellent facilities to create reactive applications. In this live class we will start with a quick introduction to reactive programing, discuss the reactive streams API, take a look at the facilities offered in Spring Reactor, and dive into using WebFlux. After this class you will be able to create reactive applications using Spring.
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- Reactive Programming
- Reactive Streams API
- Facilities offered in Spring, Reactor, WebFlux
- Creating services and clients
- Gracefully handling errors
- Know why and how to use reactive programming
- Know the facilities offered by the reactive streams API
- Use Spring WebFlux to create reactive applications
- Create reactive services and clients
- Create scalable applications and gracefully handle errors
Programmers, architects, and technical leaders
- IntelliJ IDEA Community Edition
- Java 8 or newer
- Git Client