In this video, learn how Java 9 supports reactive programming natively and see the first reactive programming example.
- [Manuel] Hi, welcome to the…second video of section two, Flow API.…Last video, we saw some of the…cool new features that Java 9 has added,…such as the new Process API, private interface methods,…HTTP/2 support, really nice improvements.…In this video, we are going to see how Java 9…supports reactive programming natively with a new Flow API.…Flow API is going to be more powerful…if we mix it with the Streams API.…After that, we are going to create a real example…using Flow API on the Streams API, hope you like it.…
Let's go back to reactive programming again, a bit of recap.…In the last section, we talked about Reactive Streams API,…which is an initiative to standardize reactive programming.…And we had different interfaces…that implementations should use.…Flow API is the JDK 9 implementation of Reactive Streams.…As we can see, our publisher is Flow.Publisher,…subscriber is Flow.Subscriber, and so on.…We have all the different classes defined there.…Note that the JDK provides only…the interfaces, and no implementation.…
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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