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Working with Reactive Spring

  • 30th May, 2019
  • By Ayush Prashar
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In recent times, Reactive Programming has gained popularity among the developer community and customers due to its ability to build applications in a declarative way, as opposed to imperatively, resulting in more responsive and resilient applications. To meet this need, Spring 5.0 now comes out with this new feature called Reactive.

Excited to know more about this feature of Spring?> Watch the recorded webinar video of Ayush Prashar, Software Developer of Knoldus Inc. to explore more about Reactive Programming Model & how to work with spring in reactive manner.

This video also covers following topics:

  • Reactive Architecture and why we need it.
  • Advantages of writing reactive code.
  • How it works with Spring framework.

    Plus, this video contains live coding demo on how to use Reactive Spring to build message-driven, elastic, resilient and responsive services.

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    Ayush Parashar

    Software Consultant

    Ayush Prashar is a software consultant having more than 1 year of experience. He is familiar with programming languages such as Java, Scala, C, C++ and he is currently working on reactive technologies like Lagom, Akka, Spark, and Kafka. His hobbies include playing table tennis, basketball, watching TV series and football.

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