Reactive programming is no longer an esoteric idea. Many libraries and tools have started providing excellent support for this programming style–so much so that Java 9 has embraced this idea by including it in the specification. This presentation takes a dive into what reactive programming looks like from the Java specification point of view. You’ll witness the creation of a small working example that illustrates the API and learn how to make use of it.
|Venkat Subramaniam||President, Agile Developer||Inc.|
|Developer Session||Core Java Platform|
Really full room here 🖖 Venkat is ever popular.
The system should be :
- Message Driven
Don’t expose your database, expose your data.
In life and programming there are two things we should never share: toothbrush and database
- and more
- Publisher -> emit data
- Subscriber -> listens to data
- Subscription -> a session you have with a publisher
- Processors -> intermediary stuff can be both Publisher and Subscriber (e.g. filter)
Come to the party 7 years late. Oracle phenomenal job by creating a standard 😜
How do you use it in Java 9… use one of the existing libraries.
The standard is just a vote of approval.
Again a really good talk