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Use reactive streams API to combine akka-streams with rxJava

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Just a quick article this time, since I’m still experimenting with this stuff. There is a lot of talk around reactive programming. In Java 8 we’ve got the Stream API, we got rxJava we got ratpack and Akka has got akka-streams. The main issue with these implementations is that they aren’t compatible. You can’t connect the subscriber of one implementation ...

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RxJava + Java8 + Java EE 7 + Arquillian = Bliss

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Microservices are an architectural style where each service is implemented as an independent system. They can use their own persistence system (although it is not mandatory), deployment, language, … Because a system is composed by more than one service, each service will communicate with other services, typically using a lightweight protocol like HTTP and following a Restful Web approach. You ...

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Turning Twitter4J into RxJava’s Observable

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aTwitter4J is a Java wrapper around Twitter API. While Twitter supports simple request-response interactions in this article we will explore streaming APIs. In contrary to request-response model which is always initiated by the client, streaming API pushes data from Twitter server to the clients as soon as they are available. Of course in case of Twitter we are talking about ...

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RxJava: From Future to Observable

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I first came across Reactive Extensions about 4 years ago on Matthew Podwysocki’s blog but then haven’t heard much about it until I saw Matthew give a talk at Code Mesh a few weeks ago. It seems to have grown in popularity recently and I noticed that’s there’s now a Java version called RxJava written by Netflix. I thought I’d ...

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