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An Intro to Spring 5's Webflux Framework [Video]

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An Intro to Spring 5's Webflux Framework [Video]

Interested in Spring 5's new reactive capabilities? Let's dive into Spring Webflux with this screencast and cover the basics of non-blocking apps.

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For those who aren't aware, Spring 5 got a new reactive web framework called Spring Webflux. But what is reactive programming? What are non-blocking applications? How can you get started with it?

In this practical screencast, you will learn how to get started with Spring 5 Webflux, which means you'll learn the perfect project setup, what libraries you need, and then get to write a simple REST Controller that serves as a base for more advanced reactive concepts.

Enjoy, and as always, leave comments below!


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spring webflux ,spring 5 ,java ,non-blocking ,reactive programming

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