Reactive Programming

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Fundamentals of Event Management in React

Reading Time: 5 minutes Introduction Events are some type of interaction between the user and the app, the user performs some action resulting in some reaction from the app. Any time a user clicks, drag-and-drop, fills in the input field or hovers over an element an event occurs. We as a Developer defines the function to respond to the event that occurred. These functions are event handlers and they Continue Reading

Best way to manage state in React using Context, useReducer, and Custom hook.

Reading Time: 6 minutes Introduction When it comes to state management in a React app the name “Redux” is the go-to solution in almost all projects. But always managing the state with Redux can be overkill sometimes causing complex and additional code to the code bundle. React already comes with pretty simple and powerful tools that can help us manage complex states. Using the combination of Context, useReducer, and Continue Reading

Intro to Spring Reactor: Part 1

Reading Time: 2 minutes The world is a stage where all of us are artists and Constant learning is the foundation of success.In order to continue your learning with something new, here were are going to learn about Spring Reactor. Let’s start with the basics about what is Reactive Programming first. Reactive Programming It’s important to understand the difference between reactive programming and reactive systems. We use both these Continue Reading

Complete React app setup with webpack, babel, and eslint

Reading Time: 8 minutes In this blog, we will see how to set up a React app from scratch using Typescript, Webpack, Babel, Eslint, and prettier. Although the setup given by create-react-app is great and optimized well, it’s good to know what is the job of each tool and how to configure them by yourself that way you can have full control and customize them according to your project Continue Reading

Introduction to play framework

Reading Time: 3 minutes In this blog we will discuss about the basics of the play framework. So let’s start with the introduction of the play framework. What is Play framework? Play is a lightweight open source framework develop by the Lightbend. Companies such as LinkedIn, Coursera, Verizon and many more already work with Play. So basically it is a web framework for the JVM that breaks away from Continue Reading

Understanding Shadow and Virtual DOM

Reading Time: 4 minutes In this blog we will understand what is shadow and Virtual DOM that is being used now a days by two famous frontend tools angular and react respectively. To understand these two first we need to understand what is DOM. So, we will divide the whole blog into 3 parts – DOM Shadow DOM. Virtual DOM. Understanding DOM Let us take a simple example of Continue Reading

Let’s Have A Look At MVC (Model View Controller) Architecture

Reading Time: 3 minutes MVC Architecture or Model View Controller Architecture is an architectural pattern where the application is separated into three important parts: The model part, the view part, and the controller part. Nowadays this Architecture is widely used to develop mobile and web applications. If you are interested in web development or mobile application development then this blog can help you to know about the basics of Continue Reading

Build REST API in Scala with Play Framework

Reading Time: 4 minutes Overview In earlier blogs I discussed about play framework now lets we move to further topics on play. For building simple, CRUD-style REST APIs in Scala, the Play Framework is a good solution. It has an uncomplicated API that doesn’t require us to write too much code. In this blog, we’re going to build a REST API in Scala with Play. We’ll use JSON as Continue Reading

Project Reactor – Part 1

Reading Time: 2 minutes In this blog, I would be providing an overview of the spring reactor project, which is a reactive library based on the reactive specifications so let’s get started. Introduction Spring framework started support for reactive programming in version 5 via project reactor. Project Reactor is a fully non-blocking foundation with back-pressure support also included. It’s the foundation of the reactive stack in the Spring ecosystem Continue Reading

Spring Reactor

Reading Time: 5 minutes 1. Overview In this article, we’ll get introduced to the Spring Reactor project and its importance. The idea is to take advantage of the Reactive Streams Specification to build non-blocking reactive applications on the JVM. Using this knowledge, we’ll try to build a simple reactive application and compare it to a traditional blocking application. 2. Conventional APIs are blocking Modern applications deal with a high number of concurrent users Continue Reading

React JS : Components

Reading Time: 6 minutes React js is a JavaScript library for building user interfaces. Now we will study about components of react js. Components Components let you split the UI into independent, reusable pieces, and think about each piece in isolation. This page provides an introduction to the idea of components Conceptually, components are like JavaScript functions. They accept arbitrary inputs (called “props”) and return React js elements describing Continue Reading

Suitable Tech stack for Reactive Fintech

Reading Time: 7 minutes The FinTech industry is growing very rapidly and becoming more vital. This industry has also become an appealing alternative to traditional banking. With the rise of the FinTech industry, there is always a battle going around the use of technology that fits the best. Those technologies are always used and promoted which not only suit the business needs, but are also easy to maintain, easy Continue Reading

Build & design highly available and resilient Fintech products

Reading Time: 7 minutes FinTech – by the definition from Oxford Dictionary, it means computer programs and other technology used to provide banking and financial services. When it comes to using Financial Services, every user of that service would want it to be available 24/7 i.e. no downtime and 100% user responsive. And this means that FinTech products, by nature, should always be available and user-responsive. But wait, how Continue Reading