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Reactive Spring

 
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Hi,

I'm used to thinking of reactive programming more on the front end of apps with Javascript,css ,etc..
From the info on the book's site, it seems Reactive Spring is more focused on back end performance.

What does it do/add  in addition to  more general techniques like Thread Pooling?

Thanks,
Paul
 
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