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Reactive Streams Using Spring WebFlux 5

by Bogdan Sucaciu

Reactive applications are responsive, adaptive, and flexible in the face of failures. This course will teach you how to build reactive applications using Spring WebFlux 5.

What you'll learn

Reactive applications can now be really easy to implement using Spring WebFlux 5. In this course, Reactive Streams Using Spring WebFlux 5, you’ll learn to build reactive, production-ready applications. First, you’ll explore reactive programming and how to take advantage of the Project Reactor. Next, you’ll discover how to build complex reactive streams with Spring WebFlux 5. Finally, you’ll learn how to test reactive streams. When you’re finished with this course, you’ll have the skills and knowledge of Spring WebFlux 5 needed to implement reactive applications.

About the author

Software Engineer by day, Pluralsight author by night, Bogdan likes to experiment with cutting-edge technologies and teach about them. His favorite talking subjects are streaming data, event-driven architectures, distributed systems, and cloud technologies. He has several years of experience “cooking” software with JVM based languages, some flavors of web technologies, and garnishing with automated testing. He holds a BS in Robotics where he spent countless hours programming microcontrollers an... more

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