Hana Juali

Hana Juali

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Spring MVC Async vs. Spring WebFlux

1. Introduction

In this tutorial, we’ll explore the @Async annotation in Spring MVC, and then we’ll get familiar with Spring WebFlux. Our goal is to have a better understanding of the difference between these two.

2. Implementation Scenario

Here, we want to choose a scenario to show how we can implement a simple web application with each of these APIs. Moreover, we’re especially interested to see more about thread management and blocking or non-blocking I/O in each case.

Let’s choose a web application with one endpoint that returns a string result. The point here is that the request will pass through a Filter with a small 200ms delay, and then the Controller needs 500ms to calculate and return the result.

Next, we’re going to simulate a load with  Apache ab on both endpoints and monitor our app behavior with  JConsole.

It may worth mentioning that in this article, our goal is not a benchmark between these two APIs, just a small load test so we can trace the thread management.

#reactive #spring mvc #webflux #spring-boot

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Spring MVC Async vs. Spring WebFlux
Hana Juali

Hana Juali

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Spring MVC Async vs. Spring WebFlux

1. Introduction

In this tutorial, we’ll explore the @Async annotation in Spring MVC, and then we’ll get familiar with Spring WebFlux. Our goal is to have a better understanding of the difference between these two.

2. Implementation Scenario

Here, we want to choose a scenario to show how we can implement a simple web application with each of these APIs. Moreover, we’re especially interested to see more about thread management and blocking or non-blocking I/O in each case.

Let’s choose a web application with one endpoint that returns a string result. The point here is that the request will pass through a Filter with a small 200ms delay, and then the Controller needs 500ms to calculate and return the result.

Next, we’re going to simulate a load with  Apache ab on both endpoints and monitor our app behavior with  JConsole.

It may worth mentioning that in this article, our goal is not a benchmark between these two APIs, just a small load test so we can trace the thread management.

#reactive #spring mvc #webflux #spring-boot

Rusty  Bernier

Rusty Bernier

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Razor Pages vs MVC - Which one is better for your project?

In this article, I will discuss Razor Pages vs MVC on how to choose in ASP.NET Core web applications. You will also see which type of web application is well suited for your project or requirement by looking at benefits and code comparison.

#.net core #.net core razor pages vs mvc #mvc vs razor pages #razor pages vs mvc #razor pages vs mvc how to choose

Zena  Sporer

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Spring MVC Async vs Spring WebFlux

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Layla  Gerhold

Layla Gerhold

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Spring MVC Async vs Spring WebFlux

1. Introduction

In this tutorial, we’ll explore the @Async annotation in Spring MVC, and then we’ll get familiar with Spring WebFlux. Our goal is to have a better understanding of the difference between these two.

2. Implementation Scenario

Here, we want to choose a scenario to show how we can implement a simple web application with each of these APIs. Moreover, we’re especially interested to see more about thread management and blocking or non-blocking I/O in each case.

#reactive #spring mvc #webflux

Spring MVC Showcase: Demonstrates The Features Of The Spring MVC

Spring MVC Showcase

Demonstrates the capabilities of the Spring MVC web framework through small, simple examples. After reviewing this showcase, you should have a good understanding of what Spring MVC can do and get a feel for how easy it is to use. Includes project code along with a supporting slideshow and screen cast.

In this showcase you'll see the following in action:

  • The simplest possible @Controller
  • Mapping Requests
  • Obtaining Request Data
  • Generating Responses
  • Message Converters
  • Rendering Views
  • Type Conversion
  • Validation
  • Forms
  • File Upload
  • Exception Handling

To get the code:

Clone the repository:

$ git clone git://github.com/SpringSource/spring-mvc-showcase.git

If this is your first time using Github, review https://help.github.com to learn the basics.

To run the application:

From the command line with Maven:

$ cd spring-mvc-showcase
$ mvn jetty:run 

Access the deployed web application at: http://localhost:8080/spring-mvc-showcase/

Note:

This showcase originated from a blog post and was adapted into a SpringOne presentation called Mastering MVC 3.

A screen cast showing the showcase in action is available in QuickTime format.

Download Details:
Author: spring-projects
Source Code: https://github.com/spring-projects/spring-mvc-showcase
License: 

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