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  • Date: 17-11-2021, 19:26
17-11-2021, 19:26

Friendly Webflux : A Practical Guide to Reactive Programming with Spring Webflux

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Friendly Webflux : A Practical Guide to Reactive Programming with Spring Webflux
English | 2021 | ISBN: NA | 189 Pages | PDF, EPUB | 5.5 MB

The "Friendly Webflux" book is a practical guide for Java developers, who want to develop reactive apps with Spring 5, Spring Webflux and Project Reactor. The book covers all aspects, including unit and load testing, authentication (JWT, TOTP), databases. It also deals with topics of client-side programming with Vue.js, React.js and Svelte.js

Reactive applications are built on four core principles: responsiveness, resilency, elasticity, message-driven communication. Spring Webflux is a new member of the Spring ecosystem, that allows to create reactive systems on top of Project Reactor and Netty server. It is suitable for a wide range of solutions, including classical monoliths, microservices or serverless business functions. This book takes great care in covering different aspects of web programming, including topics, such as unit and load testing, authentication and authorization (JWT, TOTP), databases. The "Friendly Webflux" book originated from the author's practical experience as a Java software engineer in various domains, including ERP, health care and MMO games. Finally, the book covers some important topics of frontend development and communication with Spring Webflux-based backend, such as authentication or caching. Frontend examples are implemented using Vue.js, yet they can be ported in an effortless way to React.js and Svelte.js.

Table of Contents:



Chapter 1. An introduction to reactive programming with Project Reactor

Chapter 2. Your first Spring Webflux REST API

Chapter 3. Annotated controllers vs. router functions

Chapter 4. How to structure Spring Webflux applications

Chapter 5. Calling external APIs with WebClient

Chapter 6. Server-side validation with Yavi

Chapter 7. CORS handling

Chapter 8. Error handling

Chapter 9. Authentication patterns in Spring Webflux

Chapter 10. Unit testing in Spring Webflux

Chapter 11. Load testing

Chapter 12. Working with NoSQL databases

Chapter 13. Immutables and Spring Webflux

Chapter 14. Client side caching

About the author

The book targets intermediate Java software developers, who want to create reactive applications with Spring. A previous experience with the Spring Framework is not required.

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