Fully Reactive: Spring, Kotlin, and JavaFX Playing Together [Links]
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The code may be slightly different from the demo, as the demo needs to simplify the process of creation and I get to take my time when I’m creating the real app!
I Googled a LOT for this demo, and that was even after Josh and I had already presented it at Code One in 2018!
Spring & Spring Boot
- Spring Boot multi-module Maven project example
- Spring Documentation: Annotation-based Container Configuration
- Spring Profiles
- Create a Custom Auto-Configuration with Spring Boot
- Spring Boot 2.2.0.M6 (the release I used to put together the demo)
- Logging in Spring Boot
- Spring Boot 2 With JUnit 5 and Mockito 2 for Unit, Integration Testing
REST & Reactive Web
- Build Reactive APIs with Spring WebFlux
- Flux Sharing in Project Reactor: From One to Many
- Reactive Programming with Reactor 3
- Reactive Spring: Define a REST Endpoint as a Continuous Stream
- Using WebSocket to build an interactive web application
- Reactive WebSockets with Spring 5
- Give REST a Rest with RSocket
- Spring Tips: RSocket Messaging in Spring Boot 2.2 (video)
- Reactive streams over the network with RSocket
- Using RSocket with Spring Boot
- Spring Boot Documentation: RSocket
- SO: Rsocket Server exception: No handler for destination “ (destination does not pass from client to server)
- R(eactive)Socket: Bootified
- RSocket Using Spring Boot
- Let Spring Be Your JavaFX Controller Factory
- Spring Tips: JavaFX (video) - Josh Long covers some of our original version of this presentation in his Spring Tips. There’s much more detail here about how to integrate JavaFX into Spring
- Getting Started with JavaFX 13 (I actually use an early access build of 14 in the demo)
- JavaFX Line Chart example
- Kotlin Functions
- SO: Kotlin asterisk operator before the variable name or Spread Operator in Kotlin
- Kotlin compiler plugins for Spring
NOTE: At the time of writing, the video of this demo is currently unavailable.
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