Spring Tips: Reactive WebSockets With Spring Framework 5 [Video]
Spring Tips starts its new season off strong by building a reactive Kotlin WebSocket-based app using Spring Framework 5 and Spring WebFlux.
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Hi, Spring fans! In this tip, we’ll look at building a Kotlin-language reactive WebSocket-based application with the new web runtime and framework, Spring WebFlux, in Spring Framework 5. In order to keep things interesting, we also connect our WebSocket-backend to a frontend written using an Angular 4 and TypeScript.
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