Reactive Programming with Spring Framework 5
What you’ll learn
Learn how to leverage the Reactive Programming Features of Spring Framework 5
Build microservices with Spring WebFlux
Leverage Reactive types in Spring Data MongoDB
Functional Programming with Java
Java 8 Streams
Brand new to Spring Framework 5 is Functional Reactive Programming!
What is Functional Programming?
What is Reactive Programming?
What is Functional Reactive Programming?
Functional Reactive Programming is the most significant feature introduced in Spring Framework 5. It is an important paradigm shift which allows you effectively work with streams of data.
In this course you will learn about one of the hottest trends in the Java community!
We’ll start off the course talking about what are Reactive Streams, and why the Reactive Streams API has been included in Java 9.
Next, you’ll get hands on experience with building a Reactive application to stream ‘movie events’ leveraging the Reactive data types and WebFlux – both new to Spring Framework 5.
In order to truly master Reactive Programming with Spring Framework 5, you must have a solid understanding of the Functional Programming features of the Java programming language.
Java 8 provided us the Streams API. We dive into the Java 8 Streams API and explore how closely related it is to the new Reactive data types in Spring Framework 5.
Once you have a solid understanding of Reactive Programming, you’ll start diving into Reactive Programming with Spring Framework 5.
Build a Stock Quote Streaming Spring Boot microservice.
Use Spring WebFlux
Learn about the functional configuration API for Spring WebFlux
Use Spring Data MongoDB to reactively stream data into MongoDB
Coming Soon to the course:
Using Reactive Types with Thymeleaf
Reactive Kafka with Spring
NOTE: This course is for experienced Java and Spring developers. It is not a beginner level course.
Who this course is for:
- Ideal for Spring Framework Developers wishing to learn Reactive Programming
- Introduction to Reactive Programming with Spring Framework 5
- Introduction to Reactive Programming
- Netflux Example Spring Reactive Application
- Introduction to Functional Programming in Java
- Using Java Streams
- Spring WebFlux Quote Service
- Reactive MongoDB Quote Application
- Appendix A – Using GitHub