Complete Java Reactive Programming [ From Scratch ]

Asynchronous & Non Blocking programming With Reactor

Learn Reactive Programming from scratch! With Assignments & Quizzes!

What you’ll learn

  • Complete Reactive Programming From Scratch.
  • Prerequisite For Spring WebFlux.
  • Mono / Flux.
  • Reactive Streams.
  • Asynchronous & Non blocking programming.
  • Hot & Cold Publishers.
  • Backpressure & Overflow Strategy.
  • Combining Publishers.
  • Sinks – unicast, multicast, replay.
  • Step Verifier For Unit Testing.
  • Publisher / Subscriber Pattern / Communication.

Course Content

  • Introduction –> 6 lectures • 26min.
  • Resources –> 1 lecture • 1min.
  • Mono –> 22 lectures • 1hr 17min.
  • Flux –> 15 lectures • 1hr.
  • Flux – Emitting Items Programmatically –> 16 lectures • 1hr 9min.
  • Operators –> 17 lectures • 1hr 36min.
  • Hot & Cold Publishers –> 10 lectures • 42min.
  • Threading & Schedulers –> 12 lectures • 58min.
  • Backpressure / Overflow Strategy –> 12 lectures • 31min.
  • Combining Publishers –> 9 lectures • 46min.

Complete Java Reactive Programming [ From Scratch ]

Requirements

  • Knowledge on Java 8 or above.

Learn Reactive Programming from scratch! With Assignments & Quizzes!

Reactive Programming is a programming style which deals with asynchronous data streams! A development model which focuses on observing data streams and reacting on changes and propagating them.

You learn Reactive Programming to build Reactive Systems – a highly resilient distributed systems or Microservices! Modern applications support huge number of concurrent users. Most of the applications are CRUD in nature with a lots of time consuming / blocking IO operations which is wasting the system resources. Reactive programming helps us to write highly resilient and reusable code in an asynchronous, non-blocking & declarative style. With less system resources, we get a lot more work done.

If you want to work on any of these, then this course is a prerequisite!!

  • Spring WebFlux
  • RScoket
  • Kafka or Redis stream processing

By the end of this course, You would be comfortable with,

  • Reactive Programming Concepts
  • Asynchronous & non-blocking operations
  • Mono / Flux Publishers
  • Handling Backpressure with various strategies
  • Various Flux operators
  • Threading & Schedulers
  • Sinks – Unicast, Multicast, Replay
  • Hot & Cold Publishers
  • Combining multiple publishers with concat, merge, zip, combineLatest etc
  • Batching with Buffer, Window, GroupBy
  • Repeat & Retry
  • Unit Testing with Step Verifier
  • Contexts
  • Implementing business logic in declarative style
  • Writing highly resilient code
  • It is MUST for Spring WebFlux.
  • Implementing business logic in declarative style
  • Writing highly resilient code
  • Better Error Handling
  • Reactor Hooks / Callbacks
  • Parallel Stream Processing