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- [Instructor] Hi. Welcome to section…Concurrency and Unit Testing.…In the previous section, we learned…the different types of operators…we can use to get the most out of RxJava.…The possibilities are endless.…And by now, we know the entities and functionality…we can use in our Reactive application.…In this section, we are going to cover all the concepts…we need to know to have our code…up and running in production.…We need to talk about concurrency that will give us…the flexibility to fully control…what's happening on which thread,…and unit test it to make sure that we don't break…current functionality with further changes in the future.…
The first video is about concurrency in RxJava 2.…We're going to see how we can use schedulers in RxJava…and the different types.…Also, we're going to explain what the operators…observeOn and subscribeOn do in our Reactive codes.…By default, a publisher on the chain of operators…that you apply to it will do its work…and will notify its observers on the same thread…on which its subscribe method is called.…
AuthorManuel Vicente Vivo
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- What is reactive programming?
- Java 9 reactive features
- Creating and observing sources with RxJava
- Unit testing
- Akka streams in a reactive environment
- Building a sample reactive application
Skill Level Intermediate
1. What Is Reactive Programming?
2. Reactivity in Java 9
3. Introducing RxJava 2.0
5. Concurrency and Unit Testing
6. Akka Streams
7. Real-Life Reactive Application
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