Reactive web applications with Vert.x and Vue.js (Udemy.com)

Learn how to create a reactive web application. From start to end.

Created by: Daniel Prinz

Produced in 2020

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What you will learn

  • create a reactive system
  • persist data in a database
  • design and create a good REST API
  • test asynchronous code
  • and much more!

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Overall Score : 90 / 100

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Course Description

In this course I will teach you how to build a java backend application that exposes a REST API and persists data in a relational database. This data will be consumed and modified from a VueJs frontend.
The course is very practical and contains some hands-on exercises to familiarize with the technologies.Who this course is for:
  • Developers who want to learn creating reactive web applications
  • Developers who want to learn asynchronous programming

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Instructor Details

Daniel Prinz

Daniel is a software engineer for more than seven years and was developing multiple web applications. He started as full stack developer and was able to gain experience for frontend and backend development.
He found his passion in the functional programming world and is currently part of a project that has a million of users.
With his gained knowledge, he wants to help educate others to bring their skills to the next level.

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I like the content. I had some problems with the volume of the course. The instructor was very soft-spoken. But I felt the course content was pretty helpful

The course was good, presenter have good knowledge of material. However there were some deprecated methods(not presenter fault) Future.future() . That is replace by Promise.promise(). I had some problem getting my vue.js to work so i just went along doing my web page in spring boot instead.Overall a great course.