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Motivation behind reactive streams

 
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Hello,
I was reading the toc of the book and was excited to see that there is a chapter about other concurrency models.
Does the book also cover the motivation behind reacitve streams? Why is it so popular since the last 3 or 5 years? Before it was more of a niche. (Because the enterprise middle ware was dealing with it?)
 
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