Chris builds upon the application and implement examples of each Akka construct. We will implement an actual feature using the Landon Hotel as an example.
- [Instructor] In this video,…we will create a PriceRequestor actor.…So let's go to our actor package…and create a new class.…Type in PriceRequestor.…Then, let's extend AbstractActor.…Let's use the keyboard shortcut Alt + Enter…and then select implement methods.…
Select createReceive and press OK.…Let's create two fields,…an ActorRef called printerActor…and a CoinbaseService of the name coinbaseService.…Let's use Command + N to create a constructor.…Select all fields and press OK.…
Now let's define a props method passing in the ActorRef…in a coinbaseService.…Alt + Enter to import.…Then let's call the create method on Props.…Let's pass in the PriceRequestor class…and also a lambda that returns a new instance…of PriceRequestor.…
Let's format a bit for readability.…And then be sure to return the output of that create call.…Now let's define the message class,…GetThisCryptoPrice.…Let's add a string field called whatPrice.…
Now let's generate a constructor.…Let's head back to the command line UI class.…Now let's create an ActorRef for that priceRequestor.…
- Reactive programming concepts and techniques
- Functional programming concepts and techniques
- Overview of popular reactive frameworks
- Building an RxJava application
- Building an Akka application
- Unit testing with Akka and RxJava
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Reactive Programming
2. Functional Programming
3. Survey of Reactive Frameworks
4. ReactiveX and RxJava
6. Unit Testing
Unit testing with Akka1m 52s
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