Category: Reactive Streams

Spring Framework 5 introduces WebClient, a component in the new Web Reactive framework to build Web applications that are reactive and non-blocking. In web applications, a common requirement is to make HTTP calls to other services. Prior to Spring 5, there was RestTemplate for client-side HTTP access. RestTemplate, which is part of the Spring MVC […]Continue reading

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Spring Data MongoDB has been updated to leverage the reactive programming model introduced in Spring Framework 5. This was followed by support for reactive data access for NoSQL databases, such as MongoDB, Cassandra, and Redis. With the rise in popularity of NoSQL databases, MongoDB has rapidly gained popularity in the enterprise and the Spring community. […]Continue reading

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