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 common complains while developing with event loop platforms (Vert.x, Node.js, etc…) is that you will sonner or latter face callback hell.
In this series of 30 second videos I’ll show you how to bootstrap a Vert.x distributed application.
In this video I’ll show you how to build a isomorphic rendering application with React.js and Vert.x. You can get the boilerplate project from here.