Udemy – Reactive Programming in Java using RXJava 3.x – ReactiveX (Update)


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Udemy - Reactive Programming in Java using RXJava 3.x - ReactiveX (Update)
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What you’ll learn

Reactive Programming in RxJava 3
Java Streams and Parallel Streams
Welcome to our brand New Course! Reactive programming in Java using RxJava 3.x.
This is a course where you will get to learn about an entirely new paradigm of programming “Reactive”.
In the Modern age of applications where things are getting developed rapidly, We come across a lot of applications being launched almost every week.
This has become very difficult for businesses and application developers to make their applications stand out.
There are few things that developers need to think about even before starting the development and choosing the right architecture for their upcoming applications!
How the application will remain responsive even in case of extreme load?
How they will make the System more resilient – Even in case of error system should behave sensibly?
How they will make use of the resources in the most efficient manner?
How they will cope up with the increasing load.. or you may say elastic?
Reactive programming may be the answer to that.
Reactive programming and libraries like RxJava, Reactor are built and designed to keep all these things in mind.
In this course, we will understand Reactive Programming fundamentals and RxJava and its capability in deep.
And the best thing about this course is that our main focus will be the core concepts of RxJava.
RxJava comes with a lot of tools but before understanding and getting deep into them –
In the first section of the course, we will understand some fundamentals to make our learning of RxJava more sensible and easy to learn in upcoming sections!
Reactive Manifesto
Sync Vs Async
Call Backs and Call BackHelll
Push Vs Pull
Concurrent Vs Parallel
Observer Design pattern
Then the power of RxJava will start. We have a lot to cover in Deep
Observable and Observers
Combining Observables
Replaying Caching and Subjects
Concurrency and Parallelism
Buffering Throttling and Switching
Flowable and BackPressure Implementation of Java reactive streams
This Course also comes with two Bonus Sections of Java Streams.
I strongly believe after completing this course you will have a SOLID foundation of Reactive programming concepts and RxJAVA.
I welcome you again! and Wish you all the BEST !
Happy Learning
Who this course is for:
Students who want to learn RxJava and Reactive programming