Reading Time: 5 minutes We can use spring-boot:webflux’s WebClient to invoke a third-party service from within our spring boot application. This is asynchronous and reactive method supplied by spring for invoking of unmanaged services. We also saw how we can pass query params when invoking a 3rd party service and which case to chose with our requirements. Be cautious with what you are using and always document what you want and what you created so that things like these can be caught early during the development phase.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Today, we will gonna discuss Http/2 client which actually came in Java9, but in Java9 it was part of incubator module. In Java11, a new module is assigned to this special functionality which is java.net.http. Now, developers don’t need to go for any third party library or API for async HTTP calls or for easy access callbacks method to get HTTP response after calls. In this discussion, Continue Reading
Reading Time: 2 minutes Scanamo is a library to use DynamoDB with Scala in a simpler manner with less error-prone code. Now the question is “Why should anyone use it?” The answer is very simple. As DynamoDB clients provided by AWS are not available in Scala DSL. So there are a number of libraries available for DynamoDB to write your queries in Scala. But what makes Scanamo different from other Continue Reading
Reading Time: 3 minutes Today we are to going to talk about a very important aspect of reactive web applications development. It’s not from the alien world, we always talk about it but we rarely want to deal with it. It’s Cache. In today’s mammoth scalable architecture, we are mostly surrounded by big design issues and somewhere here and there we neglect benefits of using a very useful concept Continue Reading
Reading Time: 3 minutes Hi Guys, In today’s blog we’ll be discussing about ReactiveMongo. It is a Scala driver that provides fully non-blocking and asynchronous I/O operation. It is designed to avoid any kind of blocking request to your database. Every operation returns immediately, freeing the running thread and resuming execution when it is over. Before starting using reactive mongo, one should have an understanding about mongoDb. So let’s Continue Reading
Reading Time: 5 minutes In this blog , I will share my experience on building scalable, distributed and fault-tolerant Analytics engine using Scala, Akka, Play, Kafka and ElasticSearch. I would like to take you through the journey of building an analytics engine which was primarily used for text analysis. The inputs were structured, unstructured and semi-structured data and we were doing a lot of data crunching using it. The Analytics Continue Reading
Reading Time: 2 minutes Recently Typesafe released Slick 3.0.0-RC1, the first release candidate for “Reactive Slick”. Reactive Slick has many new features like Support for Reactive Streams API, a new API for composing and executing database actions and many more. Before moving forward, we recommended you to go through the Slick 3.0.0-RC1 Upgrade guide. So, that you can get a hint of major changes in Slick 3.0. In this post, we will see Continue Reading