Services Assemble! Apply MVP Principles to Create Cutting-Edge Microservices Without Chaos with Spring Cloud/Netflix OSS In this session recorded at Devoxx UK 2017, learn how to use proven patterns & open source software to rapidly build a robust portfolio of microservices that provide a solid foundation for your dynamic and growing microservice architecture. This session […]

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Spring 5 will debut it’s support for reactive programming. It’s due to integrate an MVC-like component model adapted to support reactive processing and a new type of web endpoint, functional reactive endpoints. In this talk, we’ll look at the basics of the reactive streams initiative, the new Netty-based web runtime, functional reactive endpoints, data access, […]

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Building multiplayer game using Reactive Streams This talk introduces streams and reactive streams. You will learn how stream-based programming can be used to implement the web frontend and multiplayer backend of the classic game: Snake. Building dynamic applications using an imperative approach tends to create lots of unmaintainable code. Stream-based programming tries to solve this […]

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The idea of the present is an illusion. Everything we see, hear and feel is just an echo from the past. But this illusion has influenced us and the way we view the world in so many ways; from Newton’s physics with a linearly progressing timeline accruing absolute knowledge along the way to the von […]

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Mark Hazell chats to Voxxed Days Vienna speaker Manuel Bernhardt about the real meaning behind ‘Reactive,’  and how developers can start to take advantage of reactive principles. Check out the interview, and then scroll down and dive into the full talk. In this talk / live-coding session we will have a practical look at how […]

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The source of this content, by Oliver White, is the full version of Typesafe’s recent report Going Reactive 2016. Rise of the [Micro]machines Microservices-based systems have been gaining a lot of attention lately. Martin Fowler, the well-known co-author of the Agile Manifesto, has produced a popular explanation of microservices with James Lewis that has been getting a lot […]

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This article, appearing originally on O’Reilly.com, is part 2 of Tyler Akidau’s excellent and revealing blog series The World Beyond Batch Streaming. Tyler continues his approachable, expert view on the evolution of data processing with a focus on streaming systems, unbounded data sets, and the future of big data. Introduction Welcome back! If you missed […]

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JavaFX is the new standard library for building graphical applications in Java, but many programmers out there are still stuck with Swing or even (shudder) AWT. Here are a few tips on how you can use many of the new awesome features in the JavaFX toolkit to build reactive and fast applications! 1. Property Values […]

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Last week, the Rust language team reached their latest scheduled release, which occurs on a regular six week cadence, with Rust 1.6.  Now in seventh year of development, over the past 12 months, this little Mozilla project has begun to make waves of the sort not seen by the company since the nascent days of […]

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The gang at Takipi is always doing something interesting––most recently, they described on their blog how to use Play Framework, Scala and Slack to serve their human needs for food and drink by automating their lunch order. Automate all the things! Slack slash commands to the rescue Every day at noon, lunch orders are launched. […]

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