Explore Ratpack’s support for reactive streams and how to apply it in different scenarios.
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Ratpack is a set of lightweight Java libraries for building scalable non-blocking HTTP applications. We explore building a Ratpack service in Groovy.
Learn how to add RxJava to a Ratpack server to create a nice reactive application
Learn how to respond to HTTP requests asynchronously using the Ratpack HttpClient.
See how to integrate Ratpack with Hystrix.
A quick and practical introduction to Ratpack Spring Boot integration.
Learn how to use a Java open source software framework, Google Guice, by integrating it with Ratpack.
Learn how to use Ratpack, a set of JVM based libraries built for modern days high-performance web applications.
A quick and practical overview of reactive systems in Java.
Learn how to use the most useful modules from the Resilience4j library to build resilient systems.
Learn about GraphQL – a query language that provides an easy way of minimizing complexity between client/server as an alternative approach to REST applications.
Classical MVC, good naming and Java licensing. Definitely an interesting week.
Reactive is slowly becoming mainstream (both in and outside of Spring), proper logging is more important than ever and AWS is launching a host of new instance types.
The details of Spring IO are out, Java 10 might be getting a significant syntax upgrade and the talks that have come out this week are quite interesting. Not too shabby.
Cool writeups this week – from a deep dive into less known nuances of the Java Stream API, through JPA focused test-cases for Hibernate and productivity tips.
This week was focused on Java 9 and persistence, with a few solid releases layered in.
A lot of Spring goodness this week, along with a few strong Ops pieces on orchestrating a deployment for a microservice architecture, or opening up log data.
Mapping Akka, handling properties elegantly and the Java 9 REPL – a pretty good week.
HTTP 2 is final – the big news of this week (it has been a while since the last one). Also – some cool deep dives into the JVM and Hibernate.
A busy week for the Spring ecosystem, with Spring 4.2 getting closer and closer. A discussion about timezones as well – what more do we need?