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Reactive’s Looming Doom. Part III: Advanced Reactive

1. Introduction The last post presented the fundamental concepts of the reactive approach, including a specification and its implementation. Now it is time to show where the reactive approach shines, including those possibilities that are often overlooked. Table Of Contents 1. Introduction 2. Reactor docs 3. Flux/Mono states 4. Operator .publishOn() 5. Best use cases 5.1 Streaming IO 5.2 Events 5.3 Resiliency 5.4 Worth mentioning ...

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Reactive’s Looming Doom. Part II: Fundamentals of Reactive

1. Introduction The last post provided a comparison of multi-threading APIs throughout Java’s lifespan. In this post, we will dive into the Reactive philosophy to see how it differs from the CompletableFuture API Table Of Contents 1. Introduction 2. Specs 3. Implementation 3.1 Basics 3.2 Operators .subscribe() and .subscribeOn() 3.3 Operator .flatMap() 4. Conclusion 2. Specs According to the Reactive ...

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Reactive’s Looming Doom. Part I: Evolution

1. Introduction Multithreading in Java has come a long evolutionary way from the original monitor concept and threads mapped to native OS threads to modern asynchronous libraries and implementation of lightweight threads (formerly “fibers”) as part of Project Loom. At the same time, while the language was evolving, the community was developing its own frameworks and practices. With the release ...

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