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Complete Java Reactive Programming [ From Scratch ]
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Genre: eLearning | Language: English | Duration: 177 lectures (11h 47m) | Size: 3.92 GB

Learn Reactive Programming from scratch!

Asynchronous & Non Blocking programming With Reactor

Complete Reactive Programming From Scratch

Prerequisite For Spring WebFlux

Mono / Flux

Reactive Streams

Asynchronous & Non blocking programming

Hot & Cold Publishers

Backpressure & Overflow Strategy

Combining Publishers

Sinks - unicast, multicast, replay

Step Verifier For Unit Testing

Publisher / Subscriber Pattern / Communication

Knowledge on Java 8 or above

With Assignments & Quizzes!

Reactive Programming is a programming style which deals with asynchronous data streams! A development model which focuses on observing data streams and reacting on changes and propagating them.

You learn Reactive Programming to build Reactive Systems - a highly resilient distributed systems or Microservices! Modern applications support huge number of concurrent users. Most of the applications are CRUD in nature with a lots of consuming / blocking IO operations which is wasting the system resources. Reactive programming helps us to write highly resilient and reusable code in an asynchronous, non-blocking & declarative style. With less system resources, we get a lot more work done.

If you want to work on any of these, then this course is a prerequisite!!

Spring WebFlux


Kafka or Redis stream processing

By the end of this course, You would be comfortable with,

Reactive Programming Concepts

Asynchronous & non-blocking operations

Mono / Flux Publishers

Handling Backpressure with various strats

Various Flux operators

Threading & Schedulers

Sinks - Unicast, Multicast, Replay

Hot & Cold Publishers

Combining multiple publishers with concat, merge, zip, combineLatest etc

Batching with Buffer, Window, GroupBy

Repeat & Retry

Unit Testing with Step Verifier


Implementing business logic in declarative style

Writing highly resilient code

It is MUST for Spring WebFlux.

Implementing business logic in declarative style

Writing highly resilient code

Better Error Handling

Reactor Hooks / Callbacks

Parallel Stream Processing

Any Java Developer / Architect who is interested in Reactive Programming

Anyone who is using Spring Boot / WebFlux




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