Reactive Spring

Operations for Combining of Reactive Streams using Spring Boot Tests

In the blog Understanding Reactive Creation Operations with Spring Boot Test , we have seen how to create a new flux/Mono using various static operations given by reactor Project. In the real world scenario, We often find a use cases where we need to combine two Flux/Mono to create a single Flux/Mono or needs to split...

Understanding Reactive Creation Operations with Spring Boot Tests

Spring Boot 2 comes with a reactive stack which enables us to create asynchronous, non-blocking, event-based applications. The reactor is a library for reactive programming that is part of the spring family. To get started with Reactor. we need to add the below dependencies to pom file. In this blog, we want to write lots...

Introduction to Reactor and Reactive Programming

Modern IT business needs have changed significantly compared to a few years ago. The amount of data that is being generated from various sources like social media sites, IoT devices, sensors, and the like is humongous. The traditional data processing models may not be suitable to process such a huge volume of data. Even though...