- Course type
- Paid course
- 13 hours
- 136 lessons
- Available on completion
- Course author
- John Thompson • 385,000+ Enrollments Worldwide
- Learn how to leverage the Reactive Programming Features of Spring Framework 5
- Build microservices with Spring WebFlux
- Leverage Reactive types in Spring Data MongoDB
- Functional Programming with Java
- Java 8 Streams
NOTE: This course was completely recreated in May 2021 using Java 11 and Spring Boot 2.4.x.
One of the most interesting new features in Spring Framework 5 is Reactive Programming.
Reactive Programming is an important paradigm shift from the traditional object oriented programming commonly used with Java.
Reactive Programming adopts an immutable / functional style (which is fully explained in the course!).
While Reactive Programming may not be an automatic way of making your code faster, it can help your code scale up better. Especially if you are dealing with streams of data.
In side this course, you will first learn the fundamental concepts of Reactive Programming. You'll learn why immutability and functional programming are important to Reactive Programming.
Next, you'll get hands on experience with building a Reactive application to stream 'movie events' leveraging the Reactive data types and WebFlux - both new to Spring Framework 5.
These exercises help get you comfortable using the Reactive Programming APIs and functional programing style.
Following is a whole section on using Spring Web Client. This is the reactive web client introduced in Spring Framework 5. Spring Web Client is the reactive equivalent of Spring RestTemplate.
While Spring Web Client is the equivalent of Spring RestTemplate, Spring Web Flux is the equivalent of Spring MVC. You will learn how to use Spring Web Flux to create a RESTful API.
The JDBC API for accessing relational databases is blocking, and therefore not compatible with Reactive Programming. R2DBC is the reactive equivalent of JDBC. You will see how to use Spring Data R2DBC and reactive types to perform CRUD operations against a Relational Database.
Spring Webflux also introduces a new functional style API for defining endpoints. You will see how to use this functional API to configure a RESTful API. Hello functional programming, good by Spring MVC annotated controller classes!
Where Reactive Programming really excels is dealing streams of data. You will see how to build a stock quote streaming service. Then how to stream those stock quotes into a MongoDB document store. And how to stream stock quotes to RabbitMQ Messages.
Course Extra - IntelliJ IDEA Ultimate
Students enrolling in the course can receive a free 120 day trial license to IntelliJ IDEA Ultimate! Get hands on experience using the Java IDE preferred by Spring Framework professionals!
Course Extra - Access to a Private Slack Community
You're not just enrolling in a course --> You are joining a community learning about Reactive Programming.
With your enrollment to the course, you can access an exclusive Slack community. Get help from the instructor and other Spring Framework Gurus from around the world - in real time! This community is only available to students enrolled in this course.
With your enrollment, you can join this community of awesome gurus!
Closed Captioning / Subtitles
Closed captioning in English is available for all course videos!
All keynote presentations are available for you to download as PDFs.
When you purchase this course, you will receive lifetime access! You can login anytime from anywhere to access the course content.
No Risk - Money Back Guarantee
You can buy this course with no risk. If you are unhappy with the course, for any reason, you can get a complete refund. The course has a 30 day Money Back Guarantee.
After you complete this course, you will be comfortable in using the Reactive Programming features in your existing or new Spring Framework Applications.
Enroll today and start learning Reactive Programming with Spring Framework 5!