Combining Fluxes in Project Reactor

Analogous to combining Mono’s, which we discussed in this article we can also combine Fluxes in several ways. With Project Reactor we can use Fluxes to signal back zero, one, or more than one element. This makes it inherently different to the Mono datatype, which is only able to return one or zero elements. This … Continue reading "Combining Fluxes in Project Reactor"

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Easily Faking I/O load for Reactive experiments

When investigating the benefits of Reactive Programming it is very useful to be able to simulate a heavy I/O load. This will help by enabling you to prove to yourself, and to others one of the major advantages of Reactive Programming, the fact that slow I/O does not block the CPU. This way your CPU … Continue reading "Easily Faking I/O load for Reactive experiments"

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