Vert.x Hacks

an appropriate application of ingenuity

Reactive is the new black, Everyone talks about it, everyone wants it! However the definition is quite fuzzy, what does it mean? Reactive Programming? Reactive Systems? Functional Reactive Programming? In this talk I will focus on the first two: Reactive Programming and Reactive Systems.

What if someone told you that you could use the full capacity of your server? That you could have the same performance on the backend as your react frontend? Don’t you believe it? That you could choose the best language/tool for the task and you were not limited by what...

Vert.x offers developers a simple way to define service interfaces with its Service Proxy module. The idea is that a developer defines a Java interface and that is the contract between the services across the Vert.x cluster.

One of the productivity features of platforms such as Node.JS is their REPL. Vert.x runs on the JVM however it can still use JJS the JavaScript REPL.