The Reactica roller coaster is the latest addition to Coderland, our fictitious amusement park for developers. It illustrates the power of reactive computing, an important architecture for working with groups of microservices that use asynchronous data to work with each other.
In this scenario, we need to build a web app to display the constantly updated wait time for the coaster.
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This year JavaOne 2017 is being held at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, CA during October 1-5, I will be a holding a session for reactive programming covering The Reactive Landscape.In this session, I’m going to explain what does “reactive” mean.
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Do you know the battery level in your smartphone is controlled by reactive software; which is software that reacts to a set of external events, such as requests, failures, availability of services, etc? This was what I recently addressed as a slideless session consisting of pure, live coding at the Red Hat Summit this past May.
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