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Learn All About Reappt Topics [Video Tutorial]

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Learn All About Reappt Topics [Video Tutorial]

In this video, you'll learn about what topics are, how to subscribe to topics and the different types of topics.

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Welcome to the third blog on our video tutorials. If you haven’t read the first, check it out here. The first video will help you get started with Reappt on IBM Bluemix and gives you a step-by-step video guide. The second video will show you how to add Reappt system users, create a simple publisher client and create a simple subscriber client.

In this video, you'll learn about what topics are, how to subscribe to topics and the different types of topics.

What Are Topics?

Reappt is built around a publish-subscribe data distribution model. It uses Topics as the entities that data is published to. Clients then subscribe to these topics to register interest in the data that they contain. Topics are created in Reappt by clients with the topic control role assigned to them. These are the clients which he usually at the back end of your system, that publish the data into Reappt.

Watch the short 5 minute video, which showcases everything you need to know about topics when you sign up for Reappt.

If you have any questions about getting started on IBM Bluemix, or have any questions about topics, feel free to reach out to support@reappt.io.

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