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Consuming REST APIs Using Reactor With Java Spring and WebClient

In Spring 5, a reactive web client was introduced that access REST API’s in a reactive, non-blocking way. An improvement over the much used RestTemplate. This can be also closed compared to RxJs or Angular’s HttpClient to access REST API’s.

TL;DR

This article discusses about using Reactive programming to access API’s within Spring framework.

Build

  1. Build a new project using https://start.spring.io/ . Used Spring Web and Spring Reactive Web

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Suren Konathala

Suren Konathala

Software Engineering Manager, Programmer, Architect, Inventor, Speaker and Writer. Works @HeroDigital https://surenk.com