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Vert.x is a polyglot library that helps to develop reactive applications. Among all its features, Vert.x comes with a built-in EventBus, which is a masterpiece in a event-driven (micro-services) architecture. What you will read about in this post: how to handle a retry on a request-response of the Vert.x EventBus with a classical Handler … with a[…]
Vert.x is a polyglot library that helps to develop reactive applications. A good starting point on how Vert.x can help you to write such applications is the free-ebook Building Reactive Microservices in Java from Clément Escoffier or these talks: here and here. Besides Vert.x itself, Vert.x comes with lots of components that eases the development of reactive[…]
Despite the fact Server-Sent Events (aka SSE) is a bit older than WebSocket, SSE is less known than WebSockets as a push technology. If you wish to get the difference between Server-Sent Events and WebSockets, you can read this article or watch one videos of our great drones enchantress Audrey (here). But it seems there is[…]
Vert.x is a nice polyglot library to write reactive applications. Based on the multi-reactor pattern, the core concept of Vert.x is the event loop that dispatches work/events to handlers. The event loop is single threaded. But you can have multiple event loops (hence, the multi-reactor pattern). What you will read about in this post: A Classic “Hello[…]
We are very proud to be now part of the Google Technological Partner Program. To get in, we had to meet the following requirement: “Combine [our] technology with Cloud Platform to create magic” and “offer a complete solutions tailored to fit any industry, key workloads, company size, and level of expertise”.
On Tuesday, October 4th, D2SI organized TIAD 2016, the first event on Automation in France. So when Jean-Charles asked me if I was interested in presenting a workshop, I was delighted! At that time I was working on a Demo with Orange Datavenue on streaming data coming from IoT devices into a web monitoring interface.[…]
Real-time data animation in your Apple Watch with Streamdata.io A few months back, I demonstrated how to animate data in Real-Time in your iOS applications using Streamdata.io with a New York Times API (see my blogpost here). With the growing success of smartwatches and the launch of the Apple Watch a couple years ago, a lot of companies[…]
For the second time, we were at Devoxx France with a booth and also several talks. Here is a compilation of what the team has attended and liked. Day 3 – Conferences Comment faire tourner une JVM de 16 To, par ceux qui l’ont fait by Antoine Chambille and Romain Colle How to run a 16[…]
For the second time and with great pleasure, Streamdata.io was at Devoxx France with a booth and also several talks. Here is a compilation of what the team has attended and liked. Day 2 – Conferences The Keynotes As usual, the conferences day started with keynotes: the theme of 2016 was Society and Software Development. The keynotes[…]