Course Outline

Reactive Programming with Spring 5: Spring MVC vs Spring WebFlux

Overview of WebFlux Features

  •  Reactive and Async concurrency model

WebFlux Programming Models

  • Annotation-based reactive components
  • Functional routing and handling

Preparing the Development Environment

Creating a REST Application

Understanding Project Reactor

  • Mono and Flux

Working with Reactive Web Controllers

  • RestController and WebClient

Publishing a Reactive Stream

Consuming a Reactive Stream

Socket Style Streaming

  • WebSocket and WebSocketClient

Securing Reactive Endpoints with Spring Security

Testing the Application

Debugging the Application

Deploying the Application


Summary and Conclusion


  • Experience with Spring Framework.


  • Developers
  14 Hours


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