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Pro Spring MVC with Webflux: How relevant is Spring MVC still?

 
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Hi authors,

I associate Spring MVC with JSPs, the "old world". I've seen much front-end development move off to JavaScript/TypeScript and non-Spring frameworks. Does Web Flux change the game here for Spring MVC, and if yes how?

Thanks!
Jan
 
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You still need something on the server to fullfil your requests, from that point-of-view your rest based controller receiving the JSON is still part of MVC. The view is the JSON representation in this case. So MVC or the server-side part of things is still relevant. Now the discussion on whether to use Reactive or traditional style programming is a different question that isn't answered easily. As reactive is a totally different programming model changing the architecture of your application, it isn't for everyone.
 
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