After knowing how you can use Akka in a reactive environment, how can you make it more powerful with endless possibilities?
- [Instructor] Hi, welcome to the third video…of this section: graphs in Akka streams.…In the previous video,…we learned how we can use the different entities…available in Akka streams.…We talked about sources, syncs, and flows.…Now it's time to talk about graphs.…We'll see what they are and the different types…which consider multiple inputs and multiple outputs.…Graphs are built from simple flows and junctions.…Flows are the linear connections,…whereas junctions are multiple flows…connected at a single point.…
Graphs are needed whenever you want to perform…any kind of fan-in/multiple inputs…or fan-out/multiple outputs operations.…They look similar to how one could…draw a graph on a whiteboard.…So it is simple to translate the sign…from a whiteboard to code.…You can see it in the sample there.…Akka streams currently provide these junctions…that can be of type fan-in and fan-out.…Let's see that in more detail now.…For fan-in operations we have Merge.…
It receives an input and produces one output.…It picks randomly from inputs, pushing them,…
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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