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Reactive Java Programming

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Learn reactive programming using Java and its functional aspects, sometimes called RxJava. This book shows you how to solve "callback hell" with RxJava and shows you how to write thread-safe code without hanging onto state variables which comes in handy for cloud computing software-as-a-service issues, especially when dealing with big data processes through streaming. Reactive Java Programming includes unique coverage of reactive Android programming, growing more and more popular in mobile development with the Cloud. After reading this guide to reactive programming, you'll be able to apply it to your own big data cloud applications that use Java. What You'll LearnUse and map observables Filter and combine eventsEmploy subjects, schedulers, and backpressure Handle reactive patternsTest your RxJava codeWrite your own operatorsCarry out reactive Android programmingWho This Book Is ForExperienced Java programmers new to reactive programming and those who may have some experience with reactive programming new to Java.


Titel: Reactive Java Programming
Autoren/Herausgeber: Andrea Maglie
Ausgabe: 1st ed.

ISBN/EAN: 9781484214299

Seitenzahl: 108
Format: 23,5 x 15,5 cm
Produktform: Taschenbuch/Softcover
Gewicht: 209 g
Sprache: Englisch

Andrea Maglie is an IT Engineer graduated at University of Padua and a Senior Java/Android Developer. He has been working on RxJava since 2014, especially in Android development. Currently he has three apps published in the Play Store as contributor (MiSiedo, Texa CARe, Musement) plus two apps as an indie developer (Setlist and Loopo). Between 2013 and 2015 he run "Sono Digitale," an Italian podcast about technology and development. In 2015 he founded the Google Developer Group (GDG) of Venice.In his free time, he plays guitar and writes on his tech blog at www.andreamaglie.com.

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