Spring WebFlux 5: Getting Started
This course will teach you the basics of Spring WebFlux and reactive programming by building a REST API. You will also learn how to use Reactor, WebClient, and WebTestClient.
What you'll learn
At the core of developing scalable web applications is a thorough knowledge of reactive programming. In this course, Spring WebFlux: Getting Started, you will learn the foundations of reactive programming and Spring WebFlux. First, you will learn exactly what reactive programming is and why it's so useful. Then, you will see how to work with Spring WebFlux’s annotated controllers and functional endpoints to process large amounts of data. Finally, you will use WebClient to create reactive web clients, and also set up integration testing with WebTestClient. When you’re finished with this course, you will have a foundational knowledge of reactive programming with Spring WebFlux that will help you as you move forward to build scalable web applications.
Table of contents
- Introduction 2m
- Annotated Controllers 4m
- Demo: Setting up the Project with Spring Boot 8m
- Demo: Reactive Spring Data with MongoDB 4m
- Demo: Initializing the MongoDB Embedded Database 4m
- Demo: Building the Controller 7m
- Demo: Testing the Controller 2m
- Demo: Server-side Events 3m
- Things to Remember and to Learn More 2m