In the last month, I spent a lot of time writing about Reactive Spring Boot. I believe that Reactive Microservices are only going to grow in popularity, so I really recommend you to get to know them!
Beyond that, you can see some other interesting technologies like Javalin and Spring Data being showcased. These can help you with making your microservices architecture even more robust and easy to work with.
This time I decided to include a few other articles that I have really enjoyed reading from websites different than E4developer. I hope you will like them as well!
Enjoy your reading!
Reactive Microservices with Spring Boot:
- Getting Reactive with Spring Boot 2.0 and Reactor
- WebFlux and servicing client requests – how does it work?
- Spring’s WebFlux / Reactor Parallelism and Backpressure
- Java WebSockets made simple with Javalin
- Quick setup for Spring Cloud Data Flow with Docker Compose
- Spring Data – Microservices Data Companion
Also, Worth Reading
- Automatic Spring Boot project redeploy with DevTools – by Adrian Marszalek
- Guide to Spring @Autowired – by Baeldung
- Top 10 Things To Do With GraalVM – by Chris Seaton
- Comparing Apache Kafka, Amazon Kinesis, Microsoft Event Hubs and Google Pub/Sub – by Andrew Carr