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Hands-On Reactive Programming with Reactor: Build reactive and scalable microservices using the Reactor framework

Book Specification

Binding Paperback
Language English
Number Of Pages 250
Author Rahul Sharma
Publisher Packt Publishing Limited
Isbn-10 1789135796
Isbn-13 9781789135794
Dimension 19.05*1.45*23.5

Hands-On Reactive Programming with Reactor: Build reactive and scalable microservices using the Reactor framework

Rahul Sharma's Hands-On Reactive Programming with Reactor: Build reactive and scalable microservices using the Reactor framework

Discover how project Reactor enhances the reactive Programming paradigm and allows you to build scalable asynchronous applications Key Features Use reactive APIs, Flux, and Mono to implement reactive extensions Create concurrent applications without the complexity of Java's concurrent API Understand techniques to implement event-driven and reactive applications Book DescriptionReactor is an implementation of the Java 9 Reactive Streams specification, an API for asynchronous data processing. This specification is based on a reactive Programming paradigm, enabling developers to build enterprise-grade, robust applications with reduced complexity and in less time. Hands-On Reactive Programming with Reactor shows you how Reactor works, as well as how to use it to develop reactive applications in Java. The book begins with the fundamentals of Reactor and the role it Plays in Building effective applications. You will learn how to build fully non-blocking applications and will later be guided by the Publisher and Subscriber APIs. You will gain an understanding how to use two reactive composable APIs, Flux and Mono, which are used extensively to implement Reactive Extensions. All of these Components are combined using various operations to build a complete solution. In addition to this, you will get to grips with the Flow API and understand backpressure in order to control overruns. You will also study the use of Spring WebFlux, an extension of the Reactor framework for Building microservices. By the end of the book, you will have gained enough confidence to build reactive and scalable microservices. What you will learn Explore benefits of the Reactive paradigm and the Reactive Streams API Discover the impact of Flux and Mono implications in Reactor Expand and repeat data in stream processing Get to grips with various types of processors and choose the best one Understand how to map errors to make corrections easier Create robust tests using testing utilities offered by Reactor Find the best way to schedule the execution of code Who this book is forIf you're looking to develop event- and data-driven applications easily with Reactor, this book is for you. Sound knowledge of Java fundamentals is necessary to understand the concepts covered in the book.
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Why you should read Hands-On Reactive Programming with Reactor: Build reactive and scalable microservices using the Reactor framework by Rahul Sharma

This book has been written by Rahul Sharma, who has written books like Mastering Rust: Learn about memory safety, type system, concurrency, and the new features of Rust 2018 edition, 2nd Edition,Hands-On Reactive Programming with Reactor: Build reactive and scalable microservices using the Reactor framework,Vastunisht Ganit - JEE Main. The books are written in Networks & System Administration,Introduction to Programming,JEE Main category. This book is read by people who are interested in reading books in category : Introduction to Programming. So, if you want to explore books similar to This book, you must read and buy this book.

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