Currently reactive programming is getting more and more attentions. With reactive programming it is possible to easily create resilient, scalable and fault tolerant systems. In this article we'll show some examples of reactive programming, and more specifically how backpressure works in practice. For this we'll use akka-streams since I really like the Scala and Akka programming model, and they have a great DSL for defining flows of data.
Welcome to Smartjava.org. My name is Jos Dirksen, I currently work as independent contractor forING, a large Dutch financial institution. I like talking, reading, presenting and writing about technology. On this website you can find additional information relating to the books I've written:
- Three.js Cookbook, published by Packt
- Three.js Essentials, published by Packt
- SOA Governance in Action, published by Manning
- Open Source ESBs in Action , published by Manning
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