What you would learn in Reactive REST API programming in Kotlin course?
This course will teach you how to create reactive CRUD REST-AP and use WebFlux together. You will learn the basics of Kotlin and Kotlin coroutines and package kotlinx.coroutines.reactive.
We will create a REST API that allows users to update, delete, and add to our database. Spring Boot, Spring WebFlux, Spring Boot, and reactive relational database connectivity will be used (R2DBC). We will use H2 an in-memory database. Gradle will be used to build the application. To test our API, I will use the Postman application. I'll also show you how to document the REST API in SWAG/ OpenAPI.
This course isn't for complete beginners in programming. This course is not intended to teach programming or database basics. This course is for those with programming experience. I won't go into detail about Java and JVM. You would benefit from some knowledge of Java or Kotlin. This course is about building a receptive REST API.
You will learn how to combine different tools and frameworks to reach our goal of building reactive REST APIs in Spring WebFlux.
You will learn how to create your reactive REST API using kotlin and Spring WebFlux, and then test it on your localhost.
Kotlin reactive REST API development
Spring WebFlux can be used in conjunction with the R2DBC repository
Learn the basics of Kotlin and Kotlin Coroutines
Try the REST API
Document your APIs using Swagger / Open API
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